GoodFriday.com: Christian domain was sold on the Uniregistry platform

Good Friday is a solemn day for Christians, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus. Its message is about sacrifice, pain, and eventual hope via Jesus’s own resurrection.

That’s the “good” part of Good Friday, that is referred to as “Great Friday” among Orthodox Christians.

While dumb-ass ex president, Donald Trump, wished a Happy Good Friday two years ago, there is no wishing of any kind on Good Friday. Unless you are a domain investor, holding onto the domain GoodFriday.com, that is.

From our research, the domain was sold approximately two years ago on the Uniregistry Market, changing hands on or around April 7, 2020. There are no records of the transaction on e.g. NameBio, but the buyer appears to be an evangelical ministry that also operates the web site Pulse.org.

The domain GoodFriday.com was publicly promoted by its buyer soon after its acquisition and it currently serves as a placeholder for the ministry’s live stream on YouTube.

So who was the seller of the domain GoodFriday.com?

None other than the legendary Frank Schilling, who registered the domain on its drop in December 2003. Prior to that, GoodFriday.com had existed from 1996 but it expired and dropped.

Given the circumstances, we can assume that the transaction for GoodFriday.com involved a sizable number, perhaps in the six figure range.

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