James Booth : Latest #domain acquisitions and sales

James Booth, celebrating the sale of 380.com.

James Booth, founder of the domain brokerage firm, BQDN.com, shared some information on recent domain sales and acquisitions.

After acquiring Guava.com from domain investor, Elliot Silver, James Booth announced that the domain has been sold.

That’s a record flip, as the domain appears to have been resold in less than 10 days!

In other sales, two big names were sold by the young Briton’s brokerage during the past week:

James Booth also announced the acquisition of JBE.com, a three letter .com domain registered in 1997.

Booth’s recent sale of White.com is another major achievement for the BQDN brokerage, for an estimated six to seven figures USD.

If you’re in the market looking for short or brandable for domains, the following are available from BQDN currently:

KGA.com – $26k
ENP.com – $26k
PIFO.com – $7k
Nightjar.com – $3k
Jekyll.com – $25k

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