Poll: Should Jason Calacanis Sell ADAY.com for $900k?

Last week on Twitter, entrepreneur and angel investor Jason Calacanis announced that he received a $900,000 offer for the ADAY.com domain name, and he asked his followers if they think he should sell it:

It looks like most of the people who replied so far think he should take the $900k offer.

I am wondering what a domain investment audience thinks about that offer and whether Jason should take the money or not. Vote in the poll below and feel free to share additional thoughts in the comment section.

Elliot Silver
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  1. He should take it.

    I know that around 4-5 years ago he was offered an equity stake in ADAY https://www.thisisaday.com/ for the domain. 900k is likely more that his stake would be worth today.

    On the other hand it could mean that ADAY is about to close a new funding round.. πŸ™‚

  2. For people like him it doesn’t really matter. The guy has a ton of money so if he sells or not, his life will not change. I’d say its obviously a good offer though.

  3. I would take it. But Jason doesn’t need it. He made a fortune with his startups and his venture investing. But he still should take it, despite his mega-fortune. One of his venture investments is headed towards an IPO next yr, so he’ll probably make 50 million off that one.

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