New Afternic Commission and Pricing Structure (minimum BIN is now $50)

afternicAfternic just announced a new commission and pricing structure that aims to make things simpler.

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New gTLD Domain Sales: Luxury.Estate $50k, Eat.Club $20k, AirConditioning.Services $12,500 ++

Triple report today with over $220,000 of reported sales and 6 5-figure sales!

There were 21 domains sold in the first 3 Donuts EAP days for .tools, .industries, .parts, .supply, .supplies, .report, .vision, fish and .services for a total of about $72,000 or more including the premium domains.

GoDaddy/Afternic has stopped sending out the weekly sales report until the IPO.

Sedo sold 12 New gTLD domains. The 7 .Club domains were sold by the .club registry.

eat.club $20000
improve.tips $899
print.club $3750
mobile.contractors $2499
beard.club $1500
davedennis.training 751 GBP
aloha.club $1500
neptune.club $1500
che.club $1500
foxy.club $1500
scout.ventures $1000
camping.webcam $900

You can also see the .global auction results at ICANN 50 with Banking.Global selling for $12,000, the Go Daddy .ninja and .reviews auction and the sale of Luxury.Estate for $50,000 by DomainHoldings.

Back to the Donuts EAP sales: these past 3 weeks the following 8 Donuts New gTLDs entered general availability with EAP: .tools, .industries, .parts, .supply, .supplies, .report, .vision, fish and .services.

There were 3 domain names sold on the 1st day of the EAP for about $12,500 or more depending on the registration/renewal price (premium level or no premium): Continue reading

New gTLD Domain Sales: Generic.Partners sold for $12,500, 3 sold for $3,000+ and 13 for $1,200+

Double report today as one of the past 2 weeks was a bit weak in sales.

There were 16 domains sold in the first 3 Donuts EAP days for .events, .dating, .partners, .productions, .community, .cards, .catering and .cleaning for a total of about $37,000 or more including the premium domains.

GoDaddy/Afternic sold the domain names 30a.rentals for 1,584 and security.ninja for $1,525. 30a.rentals was bought by 30aluxuryvacations.com from Florida.

Sedo also sold a couple of New gTLD domains: code.club for $1,500 and vienna.estate for €1,499.

Back to the Donuts EAP sales: these past 2 weeks the following 8 Donuts New gTLDs entered general availability with EAP: .events, .dating, .partners, .productions, .community, .cards, .catering and .cleaning.

There was 1 domain name sold on the 1st day of the EAP for about $12,500 or more depending on the registration/renewal price (premium level or no premium): Continue reading

Afternic – Go Daddy Auctions Domain Sales: Suzies.com $62k, Scroogle.org $17k (6-2-14/6-8-14)

Afternic and Go Daddy published their combined weekly domain name sales. The total sales for week 6-2-14 to 6-8-14 were $1.323.567 (last week $2.109.201).

A lot of domains sales were not reported because the seller and/or buyer asked Afternic/Godaddy to keep the sale confidential. Also only sales above $1,000 are reported. This is a list of the reported domain names sales at Afternic and Go Daddy and their prices:

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Afternic – Go Daddy Auctions Domain Sales: PerfectBalance.com $28,450, Compounding.com $25k (5-26-14/6-1-14)

Afternic and Go Daddy published their combined weekly domain name sales. The total sales for week 5-26-14 to 6-1-14 were $2.109.201 (last week $1.618.097).

A lot of domains sales were not reported because the seller and/or buyer asked Afternic/Godaddy to keep the sale confidential. Also only sales above $1,000 are reported. This is a list of the reported domain names sales at Afternic and Go Daddy and their prices:

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Afternic – Go Daddy Auctions Domain Sales: StandardInsurance.com $25k, Awesome.de $10k (5-19-14/5-25-14)

Afternic and Go Daddy published their combined weekly domain name sales. The total sales for week 5-19-14 to 5-25-14 were $1.618.097 (last week $2.280.511).

A lot of domains sales were not reported because the seller and/or buyer asked Afternic/Godaddy to keep the sale confidential. Also only sales above $1,000 are reported. This is a list of the reported domain names sales at Afternic and Go Daddy and their prices:

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Afternic – Go Daddy Auctions Domain Sales: SteamEngine.com $38k, TripSeeker.com $17,5k (5-12-14/5-18-14)

Afternic and Go Daddy published their combined weekly domain name sales. The total sales for week 5-12-14 to 5-18-14 were $2.280.511 (last week $1.814.616).

A lot of domains sales were not reported because the seller and/or buyer asked Afternic/Godaddy to keep the sale confidential. Also only sales above $1,000 are reported. This is a list of the reported domain names sales at Afternic and Go Daddy and their prices:

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Afternic – Go Daddy Auctions Domain Sales: EverydayCounts.com $40k, light.co $25k (5-5-14/5-11-14)

Afternic and Go Daddy published their combined weekly domain name sales. The total sales for week 5-5-14 to 5-11-14 were $1.814.616 (last week $1.878.819).

A lot of domains sales were not reported because the seller and/or buyer asked Afternic/Godaddy to keep the sale confidential. Also only sales above $1,000 are reported. This is a list of the reported domain names sales at Afternic and Go Daddy and their prices:

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Afternic – Go Daddy Auctions Domain Sales: maimaiche.com $80k, FreeHookups.com $40k (4-28-14/5-04-14)

Afternic and Go Daddy published their combined weekly domain name sales. The total sales for week 4-28-14 to 5-04-14 were $1.878.819.

A lot of domains sales were not reported because the seller and/or buyer asked Afternic/Godaddy to keep the sale confidential. Also only sales above $1,000 are reported. This is a list of the reported domain names sales at Afternic and Go Daddy and their prices:

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Afternic – Go Daddy Auctions Domain Sales: Modernize.com $25k, Prostate.info $15k (4-21-14 – 4-27-14)

Afternic and Go Daddy published their combined weekly domain name sales. The total sales for week 4-21-14 to 4-27-14 were $1.778.547.

A lot of domains sales were not reported because the seller and/or buyer asked Afternic/Godaddy to keep the sale confidential. Also only sales above $1,000 are reported. This is a list of the reported domain names sales at Afternic and Go Daddy and their prices:

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