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Translate.com sale on #Flippa is “ka-ching” moment for #Greek entrepreneur Anthos Chrysanthou

Greek-American entrepreneur, Anthos Chrysanthou must be rejoicing; the premium domain Translate.com sold for $853,000 dollars on a Flippa auction.

The Chicago-based entrepreneur and domain investor sold the money-making business, in order to focus on a new enterprise.

According to BizQuest, Translate.com averages 1.8M monthly visitors, and 3.9M monthly page views with an average duration of 2:37 minutes, and a bounce rate of 40.9%. There are 385,000 registered users on Translate.com.

In our 2015 coverage of Translate.com, the domain’s user base was calculated differently, with 3 million members listed.

Translate.com was first registered in 1996, and some archived pages remain.

The domain dropped and was re-registered in 1999, by a company called Polyglot LLC.

An interesting twist: The Flippa auction lists Bidder #2 as a banned account; that bidder went all the way up to $852,000 dollars during the auction.

Let’s hope that the deal closes!

Translate this – Photo by Franck V. on Unsplash


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2 Responses to “Translate.com sale on #Flippa is “ka-ching” moment for #Greek entrepreneur Anthos Chrysanthou”
  1. Matt says:

    Bidder account #2 was banned or was it just closed by request?

    When rolling over bidder account #2 it says: “The user has closed their account on Flippa”.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Matt – It seems the Flippa auction has been removed or disabled completely.

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