Daily Domain Sales 07-03-2015 lead by PowerVac.com at $5,000 on Sedo

PowerVac.com sold for $5,000 on Sedo.

Top Domain Sales on July 3, 2015 are :

 

PowerVac.com  -  $5,000

UPAC.com  -  $3,170

Lixe.com  -  $2,950

Nyorc.org  -  $2,255

6D6.com  -  $2,026

GoCrowd.com  -  $1,800

NEVU.com  -  $1,551

SwiftCo.com  -  $1,544

uPay.net  -  $1,515

81598.com  -  $1,480

MethodOfSuccess.com  -  $1,405

FastPro.com  -  $1,350

QLGY.com  -  $1,325

CSKG.com  -  $1,325

HYBH.com  -  $1,325

DBGK.com  -  $1,200

VJY.net  -  $1,009

Joid.com  -  $1,000

CloudState.com  -  $995

ShinneCockNation.org  -  $930

Declares.com  -  $856

Xinix.com  -  $795

JiuYaoFa.com  -  $785

SavingUp.com  -  $705

OTOI.com  -  $671

JSRP.com  -  $670

SRIB.com  -  $660

DIYTricks.com  -  $650

ArrowMarketing.com  -  $578

WomensMediaGroup.org  -  $535

AmericanGifts.com  -  $528

RavenShawUniversity.com  -  $515

MadYoga.com  -  $510

AIServices.com  -  $510

89455.com  -  $510

L8S.com  -  $505

Zubur.com  -  $504

EvolverNetwork.org  -  $481

GBFX.com  -  $450

Frat.net  -  $430

SolareWorld.com  -  406

 

Marketplace-wise Sales 

Sedo

Powervac.com  -  $5,000

UPAC.com  -  $3,170

NEVU.com  -  $1,551

 

Flippa

Lixe.com  -  $2,950

Joid.com  -  $1,000

Declares.com  -  $856

SavingUp.com  -  $705

OTOI.com  -  $671

DIYTricks.com  -  $650

GBFX.com  -  $450

Frat.net  -  $430

 

GoDaddy

Nyorc.org  -  $2,255

6D6.com  -  $2,026

GoCrowd.com  -  $1,800

uPay.net  -  $1,515

81598.com  -  $1,480

MethodOfSuccess.com  -  $1,405

QLGY.com  -  $1,325

CSKG.com  -  $1,325

HYBH.com  -  $1,325

DBGK.com  -  $1,200

VJY.net  -  $1,009

CloudState.com  -  $995

ShinneCockNation.org  -  $930

SRIB.com  -  $660

WomensMediaGroup.org  -  $535

RavenShawUniversity.com  -  $515

MadYoga.com  -  $510

AIServices.com  -  $510

Zubur.com  -  $504

EvolverNetwork.org  -  $481

SolareWorld.com  -  406

 

NameJet

SwiftCo.com  -  $1,544

FastPro.com  -  $1,350

Xinix.com  -  $795

JiuYaoFa.com  -  $785

JSRP.com  -  $670

ArrowMarketing.com  -  $578

AmericanGifts.com  -  $528

89455.com  -  $510

L8S.com  -  $505

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Daily Domain Sales 07-02-2015 lead by Verses.com at $6,501 on NameJet

Verses.com sold for $6,501 on NameJet.

Top Domain Sales on July 2, 2015 are :

 

Verses.com  -  $6,501

ShinneCockNation.com  -  $4,205

CorporateReputation.com  -  $4,005

VoicePro.com  -  $3,622

Globet.com  -  $3,601

XYX.net  -  $3,100

UrbanPlan.com  -  $2,600

Siles.com  -  $2,350

Hiks.com  -  $2,250

SSheltonImages.com  -  $2,247

Beingroup.com  -  $2,000

WorkPlacePension.com  -  £2,000

FreeReversePhoneDetective.com  -  $1,526

DiastasisRecti.com  -  $1,525

TheHit.com  -  $1,469

Foragers.com  -  $1,403

RatePro.com  -  $1,100

NonConforming.com  -  $1,060

PostPunk.com  -  $1,000

Avenex.com  -  $1,000

TheCarolinas.com  -  $920

DigitalHelp.com  -  $910

DentalToday.com  -  $895

1.et  -  $835

SpeedyRun.com  -  $809

HealthCustomer.com  -  $787

IndieGameChallenge.com  -  $697

ShoppingExperts.com  -  $621

Pegx.com  -  $580

DailyNetwork.com  -  $565

BhRealty.com  -  $561

90402.com  -  $560

Alexos.com  -  $543

OnlineResource.com  -  $519

FinCapital.com  -  $510

TraveleLite.com  -  $510

SignatureGardens.com  -  $510

Ringger.com  -  $505

Clouds.tv  -  $505

FIIB.com  -  $450

Gabbies.com  -  $439

PatentLab.com  -  $439

Portalz.com  -  $425

AnchorBeach.com  -  $420

RoccosGrill.com  -  $406

NP0.com  -  $402

Quantify.io  -  $400

RiceDumplings.com  -  $400

 

Marketplace-wise Sales

NameJet

Verses.com  -  $6,501

CorporateReputation.com  -  $4,005

VoicePro.com  -  $3,622

Globet.com  -  $3,601

UrbanPlan.com  -  $2,600

Siles.com  -  $2,350

Foragers.com  -  $1,403

RatePro.com  -  $1,100

ShoppingExperts.com  -  $621

90402.com  -  $560

OnlineResource.com  -  $519

FinCapital.com  -  $510

Ringger.com  -  $505

Gabbies.com  -  $439

PatentLab.com  -  $439

RiceDumplings.com  -  $400

 

GoDaddy

ShinneCockNation.com  -  $4,205

SSheltonImages.com  -  $2,247

FreeReversePhoneDetective.com  -  $1,526

DiastasisRecti.com  -  $1,525

TheHit.com  -  $1,469

TheCarolinas.com  -  $920

DigitalHelp.com  -  $910

DentalToday.com  -  $895

SpeedyRun.com  -  $809

HealthCustomer.com  -  $787

IndieGameChallenge.com  -  $697

DailyNetwork.com  -  $565

BhRealty.com  -  $561

Alexos.com  -  $543

TraveleLite.com  -  $510

SignatureGardens.com  -  $510

AnchorBeach.com  -  $420

RoccosGrill.com  -  $406

 

Sedo

XYX.net  -  $3,100

Beingroup.com  -  $2,000

WorkPlacePension.com  -  £2,000

Avenex.com  -  $1,000

 

Flippa

Hiks.com  -  $2,250

NonConforming.com  -  $1,060

PostPunk.com  -  $1,000

1.et  -  $835

Pegx.com  -  $580

Clouds.tv  -  $505

FIIB.com  -  $450

Portalz.com  -  $425

NP0.com  -  $402

Quantify.io  -  $400

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Daily Domain Sales 07-02-2015 lead by Verses.com at $6,501 on NameJet

Verses.com sold for $6,501 on NameJet.

Top Domain Sales on July 2, 2015 are :

 

Verses.com  -  $6,501

ShinneCockNation.com  -  $4,205

CorporateReputation.com  -  $4,005

VoicePro.com  -  $3,622

Globet.com  -  $3,601

XYX.net  -  $3,100

UrbanPlan.com  -  $2,600

Siles.com  -  $2,350

Hiks.com  -  $2,250

SSheltonImages.com  -  $2,247

Beingroup.com  -  $2,000

WorkPlacePension.com  -  £2,000

FreeReversePhoneDetective.com  -  $1,526

DiastasisRecti.com  -  $1,525

TheHit.com  -  $1,469

Foragers.com  -  $1,403

RatePro.com  -  $1,100

NonConforming.com  -  $1,060

PostPunk.com  -  $1,000

Avenex.com  -  $1,000

TheCarolinas.com  -  $920

DigitalHelp.com  -  $910

DentalToday.com  -  $895

1.et  -  $835

SpeedyRun.com  -  $809

HealthCustomer.com  -  $787

IndieGameChallenge.com  -  $697

ShoppingExperts.com  -  $621

Pegx.com  -  $580

DailyNetwork.com  -  $565

BhRealty.com  -  $561

90402.com  -  $560

Alexos.com  -  $543

OnlineResource.com  -  $519

FinCapital.com  -  $510

TraveleLite.com  -  $510

SignatureGardens.com  -  $510

Ringger.com  -  $505

Clouds.tv  -  $505

FIIB.com  -  $450

Gabbies.com  -  $439

PatentLab.com  -  $439

Portalz.com  -  $425

AnchorBeach.com  -  $420

RoccosGrill.com  -  $406

NP0.com  -  $402

Quantify.io  -  $400

RiceDumplings.com  -  $400

 

Marketplace-wise Sales

NameJet

Verses.com  -  $6,501

CorporateReputation.com  -  $4,005

VoicePro.com  -  $3,622

Globet.com  -  $3,601

UrbanPlan.com  -  $2,600

Siles.com  -  $2,350

Foragers.com  -  $1,403

RatePro.com  -  $1,100

ShoppingExperts.com  -  $621

90402.com  -  $560

OnlineResource.com  -  $519

FinCapital.com  -  $510

Ringger.com  -  $505

Gabbies.com  -  $439

PatentLab.com  -  $439

RiceDumplings.com  -  $400

 

GoDaddy

ShinneCockNation.com  -  $4,205

SSheltonImages.com  -  $2,247

FreeReversePhoneDetective.com  -  $1,526

DiastasisRecti.com  -  $1,525

TheHit.com  -  $1,469

TheCarolinas.com  -  $920

DigitalHelp.com  -  $910

DentalToday.com  -  $895

SpeedyRun.com  -  $809

HealthCustomer.com  -  $787

IndieGameChallenge.com  -  $697

DailyNetwork.com  -  $565

BhRealty.com  -  $561

Alexos.com  -  $543

TraveleLite.com  -  $510

SignatureGardens.com  -  $510

AnchorBeach.com  -  $420

RoccosGrill.com  -  $406

 

Sedo

XYX.net  -  $3,100

Beingroup.com  -  $2,000

WorkPlacePension.com  -  £2,000

Avenex.com  -  $1,000

 

Flippa

Hiks.com  -  $2,250

NonConforming.com  -  $1,060

PostPunk.com  -  $1,000

1.et  -  $835

Pegx.com  -  $580

Clouds.tv  -  $505

FIIB.com  -  $450

Portalz.com  -  $425

NP0.com  -  $402

Quantify.io  -  $400

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Confessions of an Ex-Opponent of Whois Privacy

The following is the easyDNS response to ICANN's public comment period on GNSO Privacy & Proxy Services Accreditation Issues Working Group Initial Report. The public comment period is open until July 7, 2015. We strongly urge you to make your voice known by signing the petition over at Save Domain Privacy.

I submit these comments as a CEO of an ICANN accredited registrar, a former director to CIRA and a lifelong anti spam contributor with an unblemished record of running a managed DNS provider that maintains zero tolerance for net abuse or cybercrime and as someone who maintains a healthy working relationship with the units of our local and federal Law Enforcement Agencies that deal with cybercrime.

In the past easyDNS was opposed to Whois Privacy. We did not offer it and we strongly cautioned our customers against using it.

Our rationale was twofold:

We felt that those connecting to the internet to originate traffic and consume system resources of external parties (i.e. people sending email) had an obligation and a responsibility to be identifiable. For example, we felt (and still do) that nobody has an obligation to accept email from a domain whose contact details are anonymized. This belief still does not conflict with our advocacy of Whois Privacy. There was agency risk to the Registrants' themselves, as once they enabled whois privacy on their domains the "official" owner (or rights holder) to their names became the privacy provider and not the actual registrant. (This fear was bourne out as many Registrants did in fact lose their names in the failure of RegisterFly).

We eventually relented to customer pressure and implemented Whois Privacy and have since completely reversed our opinions on the efficacy of employing it and necessity of making it an option. (For the record, our opinion was not swayed by the additional revenues we garner from offering it. The vast majority of our Registrants making use of Whois Privacy get it at no cost).

It is important to note that once we did change directions and offer Whois Privacy, we found that doing so had absolutely no material effect on occurrences of net abuse, known cases of cybercrime or any other form of civil misdeed such as copyright violations or intellectual property infringement.

We think we know why this is, they are the same reasons the policy shift being considered will have zero effect toward their intended outcome and why the second order effects will be primarily negative and disruptive to those who are not guilty of any malfeasance (we refer to these innocent bystanders as "rule followers").

As a result of these experiences, we believe that absent a breach of service terms such as net abuse, the only basis for disclosing underlying Registrant data, especially to copyright and trademark complainants should be subject to:

a court order (in a competent jurisdiction to the Proxy provider) a subpoena (in a competent jurisdiction to the Proxy provider) a pending civil action a URS or UDRP action.

In other words, we feel that Section D of Annex E of the Initial Report on the Privacy & Proxy Services Accreditation Issues PDP should have precisely the opposite requirement that it now proposes.

We will explain our reasoning below. It is based on real world experiences of nearly 20 years in the domain and managed DNS business:

#1. Many Registrants Don't Even Know That the Whois Exists or What's In It.

Understanding that a consequence of simply registering a domain name results in one's personal contact details being published in a world viewable, digital database is actually quite limited. People who earn their livelihood online are possibly cognizant of it, although even within this cutting edge technologically literate segment a significant number of participants are not. Your average bricklayer, baker or candlestick maker is for the most part oblivious to the existence of Whois.

What they do know, is that when they finally get motivated to "join the digital age" and register their first domain name, and after dutifully filling out the online form, which is like any other online form they fill out, within days, or even minutes they are receiving unwanted spam, phone calls or junk faxes because their personal details have been harvested from the Whois almost immediately.

Blame, or at the very least suspicion is then directed toward the Registrar ("You sold my personal data!")

This reason in itself is enough motivation for Registrars to create privacy mechanisms to safeguard Registrants against these unwanted intrusions.

#2. Criminals Lie.

The ostensible justification for the types of changes being considered to Whois Privacy requirements are to make it easier for primarily rights holders and law enforcement agencies (LEA) to track down infringers and bad actors.

But the fact is that actual criminals do not use their true, actual contact data in domain registrations. In fact in our experience whenever we takedown a known infringing or cybercrime website, whether the domain registrations details are privacy masked or not, they always supply bogus Registrant data (often culled from a previous victim).

Similar to our objections against the highly destructive and impotent Whois Accuracy Program, implementing the proposed changes to Whois Privacy requirements will not get anybody any closer to apprehending a single cyber-criminal or preventing a single cybercrime, but will only succeed in making it easier for rule followers with legitimate requirements for Whois Privacy (i.e. whistleblowers, political dissidents, victims of abuse, et al) to have their privacy violated.

#3. Open To Abuse

We have ample first-hand experience with complainants abusing allegations of trademark or copyright infringement in an attempt to do one or more of the following:

cause a website / domain takedown without due process. force a disclosure of Registrant data with no legal basis. suppress websites or specific pages from search engine results.

If Section D of Annex E is adopted as proposed we foresee this as an ideal attack vector to compel Registrant data disclosure without being tested by due process.

Third Time's a A Charm?

Any changes in Whois Privacy requirements must be considered against the backdrop of previous Whois reform initiatives, because at the end of the day, it's the end-user Registrants who have to adjust to functioning under the combined effect of all of these new policy modifications.

ICANN has thus far implemented two policies around Whois reform which should be considered failures in that they:

do not accomplish their stated goals, only succeed in penalizing "rule followers" create new unintended attack vectors against legitimate Registrants.

The first was the Whois Data Reminder Policy (WDRP) which on it's own was a annoyance and created a new spearphishing vector but the second-order effects were to induce a type of "Whois Notification Blindness" in Registrants by inculcating them with a belief that these notices are harmless annoyances which can be ignored (or worse, filtered away).

Even the creator of the WDRP has gone on record to state that the policy is a failure and should be killed.

Next came the Whois Accuracy Program (WAP) which has done nothing whatsoever to prevent cybercrime but has left a trail of destruction across the internet as legitimate production websites (some of them providing internet infrastructure functionality) inexplicably go offline for the flimsiest of reasons.

What makes WAP so pernicious is that to the average Registrant there is no discernible difference between a WDRP notice (which can be safely ignored) and a WAP notice (which can't!)

After a one-two punch of ineffective policy failures around Whois, the idea now is to take the one remaining aspect of Whois that actually serves a purpose, which is Whois Privacy, that actually accomplishes it's primary goals, that provides an invaluable service to law abiding citizens but makes no real difference to criminals, in other words the last vestige of useful functionality in the current Whois model and we're going to make a new policy that maims it and provides easy mechanisms to game the system and end-run Registrant privacy?

Surely by now ICANN has learned from WDRP and WAP that trying to retrofit accountability processes onto the existing Whois implementation isn't working. We don't need a third policy to ignite yet another round of collateral catastrophes to hammer this lesson home.

Recommendations

Everybody close to this probably concurs that the current Port 43 Whois implementation was never designed for the type of all-reaching global internet we find ourselves in today. Change is certainly needed but it needs to be genuine change, a ground up rewrite of the entire protocol.

ICANN already had a separate EWG working on the next generation of Whois (RDS) and in their initial findings they asked the question:

Is there an alternative to today's WHOIS to better serve the global Internet community?

"Yes, there is. The EWG unanimously recommends abandoning today's WHOIS model of giving every user the same entirely anonymous public access to (often inaccurate) gTLD registration data."

"Instead, the EWG recommends a paradigm shift to a next-generation RDS that collects, validates and discloses gTLD registration data for permissible purposes only.

While basic data would remain publicly available, the rest would be accessible only to accredited requestors who identify themselves, state their purpose, and agree to be held accountable for appropriate use."

These are the groundwork for appropriate guiding principles for the next generation of Whois, of course the devil will be in the details of who has the right to request data and under what circumstances.

We here at easyDNS have spent an inordinate amount of effort over the past years to educate complainants, plaintiffs and even certain law enforcement agencies that there exists in civil society and democracies "due process" and that an allegation has to be proven legally before sanctions can be imposed on people's websites, or before their personal data can be surrendered.

We have two main recommendations for charting the path forward:

Any Whois Privacy Policy revisions should be tabled until the entire Whois database is re-engineered as the next generation RDS. That a guiding principle of any future Next Gen Whois / RDS Working Groups should incorporate legal due process and end-user, (that is Registrant) control over their own data records, complete with automated mechanisms to alert Registrants when inquiries are made into their records, what the purpose of those inquiries are and allowing Registrants the ability to withhold disclosure (except in cases of overt net abuse or where a law enforcement agency is pursuing a legitimate investigation subject to a valid warrant).

Thank you.

Written by Mark Jeftovic, Co-Founder, easyDNS Technlogies Inc.

.WTF Domain Being Used In Privacy Campaign

ICANN comment periods on policy proposals don't normally garner much attention. In the case of the current comment period on proxy/privacy services, however, things are very different. To date several thousand comments have been filed, while the topic of the policy proposals has received media attention across hundreds of outlets.

Today, however, I noticed some people referring to a .wtf domain name.

Meet ICANN.wtf

It's a single page site which mirrors the letter drafted by several civil rights groups and activists addressed to ICANN on the subject of whois privacy.

The choice of the domain is interesting and, arguably, appropriate. But ICANN might not be overly impressed and could lodge a UDRP. If they did, however, how would that play?

This could be an interesting one to watch!

You can read more about the issues here.

Written by Michele Neylon, MD of Blacknight Solutions

Green Light For The .HONDA, .AXA, .EPSON, .HSBC, .XYZ and .COLLEGE TLDs Strings

At the moment the gTLD strings decisions for .HONDA, .AXA, .EPSON, .HSBC, .XYZ and .COLLEGE require that these names which are included in some international lists should not be allowed to be  registered at any levels.

This is a request from RSEP and was sent so that it could evaluate whether there are any risks for an increased level of competition or safety problems. So far it seems there are not any risks related to such aspect.

As a result of this investigation, it was established material changes are needed to the Registry of Agreements and that will be done via an amendment.

As soon as this will be accepted and applied, it will be possible that submissions for .HONDA, .AXA, .EPSON, .HSBC, .XYZ and .COLLEGE TLDs.TLDs will be allowed in any structures.

A remark should be added that reglementations in Specification 13 were applied to .HONDA and .EPSON since December last year, while for .AXA and .HSBC they were applied since October.

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ICANN Invests More in Fellowship Program

ICANN announced their interest in expanding furthermore the Fellowship Program (created in 2007) by inviting anyone interested to get involved in the policy making with Internet Governance.

 

Those who are willing to contribute to the program are asked to come up with their personal ideas or to get involved in writing articles, write comments or search for online relevant content.

 

There is also the intention to mentor the new participants and assist them becoming leaders in this domain, too.

At the moment the Program targets mainly users from developing countries, but other people from other regions of the globe are welcome, too, the main goal being to broaden the base of constituents with knowledge in the domain names industry.

 

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Daily Domain Sales 07-01-2015 lead by Quads.com at $21,100 on Flippa

Quads.com sold for $21,100 on Flippa.

Top Domain Sales on July 1, 2015 are :

 

Quads.com  -  $21,100

VYC.com  -  $16,600

SurfReport.com  -  $10,200

PICR.com  -  $7,000

Charge.it  -  €7,000

0845.com  -  $6,500

ProduTools.com  -  $5,013

FAJA.com  -  $4,691

iCDrama.com  -  $3,350

Sierras.com  -  $2,830

Interest.net  -  $2,805

ModernDecor.com  -  $2,632

NIHA.org  -  $2,000

FamePictures.com  -  $1,675

Y.gg  -  $1,650

Samaha.com  -  $1,525

EcoInnovation.com  -  $1,326

WebsiteExpert.com  -  $1,325

Oopss.com  -  €1,250

Faws.com  -  $1,250

GlobeCorner.com  -  $1,200

DigitalText.com  -  $1,189

HG2933.com  -  $1,110

PremierMortgages.com  -  $1,051

Commanding.com  -  $1,051

QSLM.com  -  $1,009

OnlineNursingSchools.com  -  $936

293.org  -  $901

DomainValuations.com  -  $895

OilChem.com  -  $820

82090.com  -  $805

YLLT.com  -  $775

Crowner.com  -  $760

iArrt.org  -  $725

SPTN.com  -  $707

CDKN.com  -  $660

CSCar.com  -  $640

Lasana.com  -  $616

Famd.com  -  $610

TheSportsPage.com  -  $600

eField.com  -  $599

Quello.com  -  $571

HCLN.com  -  $540

RDPA.com  -  $530

Fashioneer.com  -  $530

BSRP.com  -  $520

CsdProject.net  -  $510

AutoReflections.com  -  $510

SteelMaker.com  -  $501

QRSD.com  -  $500

MQJB.com  -  $461

Advertisingz.com  -  $460

OceanRover.com  -  $457

1541.net  -  $438

ArabyCommunity.com  -  $430

CCNX.com  -  $415

SBLH.com  -  $408

FitNowExtreme.com  -  $405

 

Marketplace-wise Sales 

Flippa

Quads.com  -  $21,100

VYC.com  -  $16,600

PICR.com  -  $7,000

0845.com  -  $6,500

FAJA.com  -  $4,691

ModernDecor.com  -  $2,632

Faws.com  -  $1,250

Commanding.com  -  $1,051

293.org  -  $901

DomainValuations.com  -  $895

Famd.com  -  $610

FitNowExtreme.com  -  $405

 

NameJet

SurfReport.com  -  $10,200

GlobeCorner.com  -  $1,200

DigitalText.com  -  $1,189

HG2933.com  -  $1,110

OilChem.com  -  $820

Crowner.com  -  $760

CDKN.com  -  $660

CSCar.com  -  $640

eField.com  -  $599

Quello.com  -  $571

HCLN.com  -  $540

RDPA.com  -  $530

BSRP.com  -  $520

QRSD.com  -  $500

OceanRover.com  -  $457

SBLH.com  -  $408

 

Sedo

Charge.it  -  €7,000

Interest.net  -  $2,805

NIHA.org  -  $2,000

Y.gg  -  $1,650

Oopss.com  -  €1,250

 

GoDaddy

ProduTools.com  -  $5,013

iCDrama.com  -  $3,350

Sierras.com  -  $2,830

FamePictures.com  -  $1,675

Samaha.com  -  $1,525

EcoInnovation.com  -  $1,326

WebsiteExpert.com  -  $1,325

PremierMortgages.com  -  $1,051

QSLM.com  -  $1,009

OnlineNursingSchools.com  -  $936

82090.com  -  $805

YLLT.com  -  $775

iArrt.org  -  $725

SPTN.com  -  $707

Lasana.com  -  $616

TheSportsPage.com  -  $600

Fashioneer.com  -  $530

CsdProject.net  -  $510

AutoReflections.com  -  $510

SteelMaker.com  -  $501

MQJB.com  -  $461

Advertisingz.com  -  $460

1541.net  -  $438

ArabyCommunity.com  -  $430

CCNX.com  -  $415

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Daily Domain Sales 06-30-2015 lead by Illustrated.com sold for $14,100 on NameJet

Illustrated.com sold for $14,100 on NameJet.

Top Domain Sales on June 30, 2015 are :

 

Illustrated.com  -  $14,100

Koalas.com  -  $10,001

Shadows.com  -  $6,100

CNMW.com  -  $5,550

WCS.net  -  $3,825

GreenBacks.com  -  $3,666

PropertyPrices.com  -  $2,600

Swets.com  -  $2,555

WNSR888.com  -  $2,550

FIFS.com  -  $2,447

Greenify.com  -  $2,400

OliveGrove.com  -  $1,877

Taste.net  -  $1,854

Independency.com  -  $1,802

Anniversary.org  -  $1,750

RoadGuide.com  -  $1,700

ONA.net  -  $1,675

GCCA.com  -  $1,544

WYSF.com  -  $1,525

DesignerWeb.com  -  $1,358

SafetyObservations.com  -  $1,325

MarketingClass.com  -  $1,322

LifeFoods.com  -  $1,226

Plasmo.com  -  $1,180

DigitalConnect.com  -  $1,010

Frugal.net  -  $1,005

AbbeyGroup.com  -  $817

BSDMedical.com  -  $810

SPKE.com  -  $787

BPYY.com  -  $649

AirFares.to  -  $615

BFHF.com  -  $603

JS8811.com  -  $591

193666.com  -  $566

JS9911.com  -  $560

LeMot.com  -  $553

JS8833.com  -  $540

JS2200.com  -  $523

CECD.com  -  $550

JS9933.com  -  $520

EmptyCup.com  -  $510

JS3636.com  -  $510

Quarry.net  -  $490

XJP888.com  -  $458

JS6060.com  -  $461

TopicalBeach.com  -  $460

JS3232.com  -  $456

JS1313.com  -  $451

AMXJDC.com  -  $449

24245.com  -  $445

DWHD.com  -  $439

YTWJ.com  -  $420

BNFB.com  -  $419

DAMVKL.com  -  $407

Dropped.io  -  $405

YAAQUI.com  -  $405

 

Marketplace-wise Sales

NameJet

Illustrated.com  -  $14,100

Shadows.com  -  $6,100

GreenBacks.com  -  $3,666

PropertyPrices.com  -  $2,600

Swets.com  -  $2,555

FIFS.com  -  $2,447

Greenify.com  -  $2,400

RoadGuide.com  -  $1,700

GCCA.com  -  $1,544

MarketingClass.com  -  $1,322

DigitalConnect.com  -  $1,010

Quarry.net  -  $490

DWHD.com  -  $439

YTWJ.com  -  $420

BNFB.com  -  $419

 

Flippa

Koalas.com  -  $10,001

Anniversary.org  -  $1,750

SafetyObservations.com  -  $1,325

AirFares.to  -  $615

Dropped.io  -  $405

 

GoDaddy

CNMW.com  -  $5,550

WCS.net  -  $3,825

WNSR888.com  -  $2,550

OliveGrove.com  -  $1,877

Independency.com  -  $1,802

ONA.net  -  $1,675

WYSF.com  -  $1,525

DesignerWeb.com  -  $1,358

LifeFoods.com  -  $1,226

Plasmo.com  -  $1,180

Frugal.net  -  $1,005

AbbeyGroup.com  -  $817

BSDMedical.com  -  $810

SPKE.com  -  $787

BPYY.com  -  $649

BFHF.com  -  $603

JS8811.com  -  $591

193666.com  -  $566

JS9911.com  -  $560

LeMot.com  -  $553

JS8833.com  -  $540

JS2200.com  -  $523

CECD.com  -  $550

JS9933.com  -  $520

EmptyCup.com  -  $510

JS3636.com  -  $510

XJP888.com  -  $458

JS6060.com  -  $461

TopicalBeach.com  -  $460

JS3232.com  -  $456

JS1313.com  -  $451

AMXJDC.com  -  $449

24245.com  -  $445

DAMVKL.com  -  $407

YAAQUI.com  -  $405

 

Sedo

Taste.net  -  $1,854

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