Highest Reported DOmain Name Sales on February 8th,2016

1g.net was the highest reported domain name sale on February 8th,2016. The domain name changed hands for $9,900.

According to namebio.com, there were 229 domain name sales on February 8th,2016,totallin $116,922.

Here are the higehst reported domain name sales on February 8th,2016:

1g.net     $9,900     GoDaddy
zrw.net     $4,305     NameJet
ytz.net     $3,620     NameJet
goandsee.com     $3,500     BuyDomains
xnh.net     $3,410     NameJet
kqt.net     $3,205     NameJet
wordgenius.com     $3,000     BuyDomains
legaltender.com     $2,873     Sedo
a.domains     $2,687     Sedo
communityadvisor.com     $2,500     BuyDomains
ritecounter.com     $2,294     GoDaddy
glowlab.com     $2,275     GoDaddy
rkks.com     $2,150     … Continue reading...

ICANN : Reminder: Nomination Period Open For ICANN Multistakeholder Ethos Award | Award Targeted for ICANN 56

ICANN is pleased to remind community members that the nomination period for ICANN’s Multistakeholder Ethos Award is open until 12 March 2016. This award program, launched in June 2014 in London, seeks to recognize long-standing community members who have served in leadership roles in multiple ICANN working groups or committees, and demonstrated collaboration with different Supporting Organizations and/or Advisory Committees.

The Multistakeholder Ethos Award will recognize ICANN participants who have deeply invested in consensus-based solutions, acknowledging the importance of ICANN’s … Continue reading...

Check The New Domain Names Bought During Holidays

If you thought during holidays the number of domain names purchased will decrease, you were wrong. Pending the last 2 weeks of 2015, Sedo gained $2 million of 648 domains.

 

Take a seat and see what were the domain names bought.

 

Wash.in – this domain name was registered by Sears’ Director of E-Commerce and sold for $ 15,000. Sears is an American network based on department stores that started as a mail order list company.

 

LottoResults.co.za was … Continue reading...

.CLUB Reports $142,470 in Premium Domain Name Sales in January,2016

.Club Registry reported recently that it sold $142,470 in premium domain name sales in January,2016.

According to the Registry, the total premium domain name sales for .CLUB is $3,540,637.79.

There were 408 premium names sold in January 2016. Five of these domain names were sold in the Namescon auction : Athletic.club, Night.club, Pot.club, Space.club and Strip.club.

The highest reported .CLUB domain name sale remains Wine.club, sold for $140,000. The highest .CLUB domain name sold in January was Night.club, which changed … Continue reading...

Highest Reported Domain Name Sales on February 7th,2016

SolarCharger.com was the highest reported domain name sale on February 7th,2016.The domain name changed hands for $9,150.

According to namebio.com, there were 217 domain name sale on  February 7th,2016.

Here are the highest reported domain name sales on February 7th,2016:

solarcharger.com     $9,150     Flippa
xmg.net     $3,400     NameJet
kqp.net     $3,210     NameJet
bqc.net     $3,210     NameJet
ktj.net     $3,200     NameJet
vandelay.com     $3,099     NameJet
tdmz.com     $2,426     GoDaddy
sumothemes.com     $2,026     GoDaddy
diio.com     $1,913     GoDaddy
parenthoodweb.com     $1,600     NameJet
vitamindhealth.org     $1,525     GoDaddy
budgetcuts.com     $1,525     GoDaddy
onlinegiving.net     $1,500     BuyDomains
ills.com     … Continue reading...

Göran Marby Named ICANN President and CEO

Göran Marby. currently Director-General of the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) , was recently named ICANN’s President and CEO.

You can read the press release after the jump :

“Göran Marby, an experienced business executive and government leader has been named the next President and Chief Executive Officer of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).

“I’m delighted to announce Göran as the new head of ICANN,” said Dr. Stephen Crocker, Chair of the ICANN Board of … Continue reading...

Are You Aware Of The Domain Name Registration Scam?

Have you ever received an email that claims to be from a domain name registration centre in Asia, under names like: “Someone intends using your domain name” , “Urgent brand registration confirmation” or “Notice of trademark infringement”? Usually, the email will notify you that an entity intends to register a number of domain names founded on your domain name and brand name.

 

Known as well as Asian domain name scams, Chinese domain scam or trademark infringement scam, these … Continue reading...

January 2016 Highest Reported ccTLD Sales

Toys.com.au was the highest reported ccTLD sale in January,2016. The domain name was sold for $63,897 via NetFleet.com.au.

Here are the highest reported ccTLD sales in January 2016:

1.Toys.com.au     AUD 90,634 = $63,897     NetFleet.com.au
2. 7.gg     €40,500 = $44,145     Sedo
3. Limoncello.it     €26,012 = $28,353     Nidoma
4. Choose.co.uk     L16,500 = $23,760     Sedo
5. Makijaz.pl     €21,000 = $22,890     Sedo
6. VanHire.co.uk     L13,300 = $19,152     DomainLore.co.uk
7. Chocoladeletter.nl     €14,250 = $15,827     Sedo
8. Traffic.io     $14,000     Park.io
9. HD.TV     $12,000     RightOfTheDot/
10. NameJet… Continue reading...

Highest Reported Domain Name Sales on February 6th,2016

Pindan.com was the highest reported domain name sale on February 6th,2016. The domain name changed hands for $21,020.

According to namebio.com, there were 198 domain name sales, totalling $119,657.

Here are the highest reported domain name sales on February 6h,2016 :

pindan.com     $21,020     DropCatch
mightysat.com     $7,500     Flippa
khartoum.com     $4,900     DropCatch
katja.com     $4,039     GoDaddy
jpz.net     $3,430     NameJet
ywm.net     $3,350     NameJet
ytg.net     $3,350     NameJet
qtf.net     $3,350     NameJet
hdvd.com     $2,800     GoDaddy
getrested.com     $2,400     BuyDomains
recruitology.com     $2,300     BuyDomains
metro303apartments.com     $2,117     GoDaddy
vibepay.com     $2,000     BuyDomains… Continue reading...