Domain Name Sold for $250,000 – Sale for $200,000 Pending

The domain name was sold for $250,000 while the domain name is pending sale for $200,000.

Entrepreneur Niko Younts is the seller for both domains and made the announcement at his Twitter account:

BitcoinWallet.comThe domains and were registered in 2010 and 2011, respectively.

The buyer of the domain name is Alex Charfen, CEO of Inc. 500 Company, and this is what he says on his website: “Alex Charfen—entrepreneur, teacher, author, speaker—is on a mission. Though not yet 40 years old, he has spent 3 decades on the front lines of entrepreneurialism and business. His journey has taught him many things, but he believes he has discovered one key that could change everything for small business owners.”

It seems that Alex Charfen intents to use the domain name to offer Bitcoin Wallet addresses in the form of Check out here a screenshot of the website design.


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the blog in 2012.


  1. I think he could have spent the money on development, and got a great name for $25K or less. Seems sort of irresponsible, and such a strange out there number, hard to get a handle on the valuation model.

  2. Have to say I am really surprised by those sales. Wonder if they will get verified and reported in DNJournal? That is a lot of coin to make back for the buyer.

  3. The generic domain name is to the commercial end user what the generic is to the technical end user. IMO is to the ‘processing’ domain extension (.io) what was/is to the commercial domain extension (.com).

    I’m hopeful that will be the subject of the next big bitcoin domain name sale.

    If not, then which is currently for sale of .

    Did you know that domain name just sold four days ago for $150,000 as reported by DomainNameSales?

    No disrespect to but what domain name would you rather have for a Bitcoin conversion website? or

  4. How much was the domain sold for?

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