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#HODL .com : #Domain owner ups his asking price in the middle of #crypto crisis

In December, we pointed out that the owner of the domain HODL.com wants half a million dollars.

The term “HODL” is a typo of “hold,” indicating the mentality of cryptocurrency investors to hold onto their investments, as opposed to liquidating them in panic.

The cryptocurrency market peaked at the end of 2017, briefly sustaining that peak into early 2018. After the first week of the new year, however, crypto crisis took over.

Bitcoin in particular was hit pretty hard; it now trades at 50% of its December valuation, with strong resistance at $9,000 USD.

It’s interesting to see that the owner of HODL.com has now increased his asking price to $575,000 dollars. They also added a bunch of LLLL .com sales, which we haven’t checked for accuracy:

In September 2011 SWAG.COM sold for $120,000 and KARI.COM sold for $63,000. In October 2011 LOOK.COM sold for $400,000 and SOLO.COM sold for $133,000. In December 2011 LELA.COM sold for over $100,000 and VIIA.COM sold for $58,000. In January 2012 DUDU.COM sold for $1,000,000, BOLT.COM sold for over $125,000, JUIF.COM sold for $35,000, YOLO.COM sold for $29,000 and OODA.COM sold for $25,000. In February 2012 AILI.COM sold for $90,000, MOBB.COM sold for $42,000, QUOD.COM & UROS.COM each sold for $30,000. In March 2012 TORC.COM sold for $68,000 and DENG.COM sold for $65,000. In April 2012 INDI.COM sold for $115,000, BOHE.COM sold for $85,000 and SERI.COM sold for $45,000. In May 2012 AHHA.COM sold for $112,000 and SUDI.COM sold for $52,000. In June 2012 LISH.COM sold for $45,000 and TEMI.COM sold for $30,000. In July 2012 MIZU.COM sold for $90,000, EMAR.COM for $43,000 and AYYA.COM for $30.000. In August 2012 BIBA.COM sold for over $70,000, JPMM.COM for $29,000 and FFUN.COM for $25,000. In September 2012 KIPI.COM sold for $47,000 and CESC.COM sold for over $36,000. In October 2012 IOOI.COM sold for $25.000. In November 2012 FENG.COM sold for $250,000 and JANE.COM sold for $60,000. In December 2012 LINE.COM sold for $118,000, FOBO.COM sold for over $57,000 and ZEBU.COM sold for $40.000. In January 2013 TEMT.COM sold for $45,000 and ACAM.COM sold for $40,000. In February 2013 MOJO.COM sold for $300,000. In March 2013 ADIB.COM sold for $117,000, UNIT.COM for $115,000 and NUMI.COM for $75,000. In April 2013 KBRA.COM sold for $40,000 and SEEQ.COM for $33,000. In May 2013 MOMS.COM sold for $252,000 and CRME.COM for $35,000. In June 2013 TREK.COM sold for $245,000. In July 2013 BODY.COM sold for $380,000 and YUGE.COM sold for $48,000. In August 2013 TYME.COM sold for $40,000. In September 2013 DECO.COM sold for $100,000 and FORK.COM sold for $50,000. In October 2013 EBET.COM sold for $1,350,000, SHEN.COM sold for $125,000 and QIKU.COM sold for $80,000. In November 2013 VIDA.COM sold for $53,300. In January 2014 TRUE.COM sold for $350,000, ACAR.COM sold for $40,000 and XILI.COM sold for $32,500. In March 2014 DDOS.COM sold for $100,000. In April 2014 BLOW.COM sold for $80,000, MOKI.COM sold for $66,100 and AIPU.COM sold for $40,000. In May SUAN.COM sold for $40,000. In June 2014 TOLO.COM sold for $40,250. In July 2014 DOTS.COM sold for $325,000. In August 2014 AURA.COM sold for $175,000, MACA.COM sold for $150,000, MITV.COM sold for $75,000, FUTR.COM sold for $58,000, MEWE.COM sold for $55,800, ASOU.COM sold for $52,500 and ZYME.COM sold for $43,000. In September 2014 CUTE.COM sold for $230,000, KOKO.COM sold for $100,440 and CABS.COM sold for $50,000. In December 2014 XIAO.COM sold for $97,857 and PENG.COM sold for $80.000. In February 2015 WERK.COM sold for $250,000, GANG.COM sold for $100,000 and MITV.COM sold for $75,000. In March 2015 LUXE.COM sold for $172,000. In April 2015 AMRA.COM sold for $127,000. In May 2015 SAME.COM sold for $233,000, MERA.COM sold for $132,000 and FBET.COM sold for $54,000. In June 2015 BTCC.COM sold for $58,000. In July 2015 GIVE.COM sold for $500,000 and NEWY.COM sold for $66,000. In August 2015 MGTV.COM sold for $130,000. In January 2016 MACY.COM sold for $75,000. In February 2016 JADE.COM sold for $1,250,000. In March 2016 KIWI.COM sold for $800,000, LAWN.COM sold for $240,000 and YOUI.COM sold for $100,000. In May 2016 RATE.COM sold for $725,000. In July 2016 VEDA.COM sold for $100,0000, GVIP.COM sold for $88,000, BINK.COM sold for $80,000, ANIU.COM sold for $58,000, SEIF.COM sold for $50,000 and SUPE.COM sold for $50,000. In August 2016 WAVE.COM sold for $420,000. In September 2016 COCK.COM sold for $93,000. In October 2016 VIVO.COM sold for $2,100,000 and WHAT.COM sold for $251,000. In December 2016 CAVE.COM sold for $61,450. In January 2017 SNAP.COM sold for $5,000,000 and SUMO.COM sold for $1,500,000. In February 2017 LOWS.COM sold for $104,500. In March 2017 REFI.COM sold for $500,000. In May 2017 FORT.COM sold for $66,500, SATI.com sold for $100,000 and KOHL.COM sold for $144,500. In June 2017 LOLA.COM sold for $550,000. In September 2017 NANT.COM sold for $74,000, YOCO.COM sold for $70,000, HUNY.COM sold for $60,000 and OCAP.COM sold for $60,000. In December 2017 OKEY.COM sold for $250,000. In January 2018 ORBS.COM sold for $50,000.

Will HODL.com sell?


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2 Responses to “#HODL .com : #Domain owner ups his asking price in the middle of #crypto crisis”
  1. Maybe he wants to HODL on to his domain for a while lol…

  2. Dombuzz says:

    I have Hodlr.com, I’ll ask for half price 😛

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