Reportedly Sold for $306,000

Yesterday, James Booth of announced via Twitter that had been sold to an end user buyer:

In a follow up pair of tweets this morning, James announced the sale price was $306,000:

James also mentioned that the sale was brokered, so it would seem that he did not own prior to the sale.

I did not verify or confirm the sale, but I imagine James will send the confirmation details to Ron Jackson and Michael Sumner for archiving on DNJournal and NameBio. Once that happens, it will rank as one of the top sales of 2020, coming in above the $264,000 sale of If the sale is reported and confirmed this week, it will likely take the top spot until the $800,000 NamesCon auction sale of closes.

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  1. wow apparently prices for premium one word .com’s have fallen quite a bit. $300k is almost investor level. And James said this was an end user purchase??

    Buyer got a good deal here imo.

    off topic but I heard that the $800k sale from Namescon didn’t go through / buyer defaulted..
    any information on that?

  2. Good stuff. First to report this (Hat tip Booth) Any idea how long a typical $800K transaction bought at NamesCon closes? Strangest buy, truly believe, buyer is investor, who gladly keep content as “bonus” website remains unchanged.


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