Reportedly Sold for 6 Figures via Afternic

A domain investor shared that he sold the domain name for $109,888 via Afternic. He shared the sale email he received from Afternic in a Twitter post, and Afternic congratulated the seller: is registered under Whois privacy at Namecheap, so I can not tell if the domain name was transferred yet. The domain name does not currently resolve to a website or landing page either.

The email screenshot that was shared is not dated, so I am unsure if the transaction has fully closed yet. As I have written before, a sale isn’t done until the money is banked. Hopefully, the sale of goes through, unlike the painful sale that wasn’t.

When/if the sale is completed, it will be one of the top .XYZ domain name sales that has been publicly reported.

The seller provided a transfer and payment update:

Elliot Silver
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