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Gold.com Appears to Have Been Sold

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It appears that the Gold.com domain name has been sold sometime in the last week. Gold.com transferred from corporate domain registrar CSC to Uniregistry. The domain name is now registered under Whois privacy proxy and has a “launching soon” landing page. Jamie Zoch was the first person to publicly notice the transfer of Gold.com and speculate that the domain name was sold:

Brandsight Hiring Account Manager

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Yesterday afternoon, Brandsight SVP Matt Serlin announced that his company is looking to hire a domain industry veteran in an account management role:

Joyride.com Sold for $300,000 via Uniregistry

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In its sales report for the past week, Uniregistry reported the $300,000 sale of Joyride.com. The domain name was acquired by a startup that is anticipating a Fall of 2019 launch. This was the largest sale of the week reported by Uniregistry.

PMC 2019 Recap

One year ago today, John Berryhill suffered a heart attack while out for a casual bike ride. This past weekend, John showed that he has fully recovered, and he and I completed our 162 mile Pan-Mass Challenge. Together so far, John and I have raised nearly $20,000 for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and its Jimmy Fund, and much of this has been with the help of the domain investing community.

RX.com Sold via Sedo for $1 Million

Sedo’s senior domain broker Dave Evanson reported that RX.com was sold via Sedo for $1 million. I believe Dave was the sole broker on this deal:

A Reason to Keep Deals Private

I don’t really share the domain names I sell or sales prices of domain names. I have publicly shared a handful over the last 10+ years, but my strong preference is to keep my sales and sale prices private. Occasionally, I have been asked about why this is my preference, and I want to share one example of what can happen when someone makes the decision to share a sale publicly.

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