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Portugal.com Sold for $350,000 via Sedo’s Great Domains Auction

The largest sale in last month’s Great Domains auction at Sedo was Portugal.com for $350,000. As with all auctions, a domain name is not really considered sold until the transaction is processed by the platform. It looks like the sale of Portugal.com has gone through, according to a tweet from Sedo:

B.et Domain Hack Sold for $100k

This morning, NameBio reported that the B.et domain hack was sold for $100,000. I do not know if the domain name was listed for sale via Sedo or if the domain name sold in private and the parties chose to use Sedo for escrow. The domain name was sold by DomainHacks.com via Sedo, according to the tweet:

Angel.com Sold for $2 Million via Sedo (Update)

Sedo Sr. Broker Dave Evanson just reported the sale of the Angel.com domain name for $2 million:

Best Buy Puts Swirl.com Up for Sale

I don’t regularly see large companies looking to sell excellent one word .com domain names, so I thought I would share a sale listing I recently noticed. Swirl.com has gone up for sale via MarkMonitor and Sedo. The domain name currently hosts an inquiry form to get in touch with a broker from the brand protection service where the domain name is registered.

Global Domain Report Webinar This Morning

I want to share a tweet from Sedo about an upcoming webinar discussing the 2021 Global Domain Report that was recently published by InterNetX and Sedo:

The free webinar will be led by Christian Voss (Chief Marketing Officer at Sedo) and Marco Hoffmann (Head of Domain Services at InterNetX). The webinar is being held in a little over an hour from now – 11am Eastern time. The agenda for today’s webinar is below:

Dave Evanson: Zag.com Sold for $450,000

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Sedo’s Senior Broker Dave Evanson just reported one of the largest three letter .com domain name sales in the last several years. According to Dave’s tweet, Zag.com was acquired for $450,000 via Sedo:

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