UM.com: Two letter .com domain has changed hands

The ultra memorable domain UM.com has been sold, according to a Tweet by domain investor, James Booth, who brokered the sale: Sold https://t.co/3xkVe1DLc5 – Congrats to the buyer and seller 🎉 — Domain (@domain) February 29, 2024 Registered in 1995, the two-letter domain name UM.com had been in the possession of Japanese domain investor Satoshi […]

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Dimension.com: Guess who acquired this 1989 domain name

Owning a domain such as Dimension.com isn’t just about the “dimension” keyword. The multi-purpose dictionary .com carries a positive meaning but there’s a huge plus: It was registered on March 23, 1989. That’s not a typo, the domain is older than many domain investors and it’s quite impressive that it was never let go; it […]

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Here.io sold for $190,000 dollars on SquadHelp

The domain name Here.io was sold for $190,000 dollars on the SquadHelp platform. According to domain investor and broker, James Booth, the sale took place mere hours ago. It was not his own sale; James was merely sharing the sale of Here.io as it was recorded on the SquadHelp dashboard. Not my sale but https://t.co/aNltlWZ6jA […]

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Hero.io sold for $125,000 dollars, says James Booth

The domain name Hero.io is “off the market forever,” as it was declared “sold” by domain investor, James Booth. James shared the news on social media, adding that Hero.io was sold for a nice round $125,000 dollars in a single payment. Whoa nelly! The domain was parked at SquadHelp which would probably receive kudos for […]

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MyBets.com: Sold for $80,000 dollars via Squadhelp

The domain name MyBets.com was sold for a reported $80,000 dollars via the Squadhelp platform. The seller is no other than the champagne bottle guy, domain investor and broker, James Booth. Registered in 1999, MyBets.com was apparently acquired in early 2020. It’s interesting to note that there are no Archive.org records of what type of […]

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ComputerProgram.com: No reserve price lands domain in James Booth’s lap!

Listing your premium domains without reserve can be a very dangerous decision. Unless the auction is widely advertised and accessible, the lack of a carefully-chosen reserve price can lead to a surprisingly low auction result. The Sav auction for the domain name ComputerProgram.com closed at a shocking $227 dollars as no reserve was set. A […]

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Booth.ai: Domain was sold by James Booth for five figures

Domain investor and crypto/NFT aficionado, James Booth, has done it again. A year and a half after selling his own personal name, James.com, for $440 big ones, the busy Briton brought big bucks back home with the sale of the domain name Booth.ai. Blimey! That’s right: Selling both his first and last name for money, […]

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It.com applies for the registration of the matching #trademark, IT.COM

British company UK Intis Telecom LTD, operators of the premium domain It.com, have filed an application for the registration of the matching mark, IT.COM. The mark is applied with an “intend to use” clause for the following services: Domain name registrar services. The mark consists of a stylized arrow above the white stylized wording “it.com” […]

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Tilt.com: Airbnb failed to reclaim allegedly stolen #domain via the UDRP process

The domain Tilt.com became part of the IP portfolio of Airbnb, when they acquired the company Crowdtilt. A third party allegedly stole the domain using a devious method and by risking $17,000 dollars. That domain was then sold to domain investor, James Booth, who was able to halt the exchange and handed the domain over […]

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IT.com in the hands of telecom company to the tune of millions

IT.com, an ultra-premium two letter domain registered in 1992, has been sold. Brokered by domain broker, James Booth, this remarkable LL .com changed hands for a massive $3.8 million dollars. Source: DNJournal. The buyer is Intis Telecom, a British telecom company that also operates from IT.co.uk. IT stands for “information technology” among other acronyms; it’s […]

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Firefly.com: Former Media Options flip now a spaceward company #domain

Firefly Aerospace, operating from the domain name Firefly.com, has launched its first rocket, Alpha. Everything looked good for the first 2 minutes and 30 seconds of the flight, but the two-stage, 95-foot-tall (29 meters) Alpha then suffered a major anomaly and exploded in a dramatic fireball in the California sky. The company was formed when […]

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Search.io : James Booth scores #domain sale with 1000% ROI

James Booth, the domain artist previously known as James.com, has announced yet another big .IO sale. The domain Search.io was sold for $47,000 dollars, achieving a ROI of over 1,000% according to James. That means James Booth spent approximately $4,000 dollars on the domain Search.io. Now that’s some strategic planning! The sale of Search.io surpasses […]

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