Donuts revealed 7 previously unpublished domain sales

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Donuts revealed seven previously unpublished New gTLD domain sales ranging from $15,000 up to $125,000.

The sales were revealed at NamesCon but were not reported (except for live.chat) until Donuts made a tweet today.

It was not reported when these sales were completed but some seem to be as old as February 2019 and some as new as January 2020.

Here are the 7 New gTLD domains name sales revealed by the Donuts registry that owns about 200 extensions:

international.business $15,000
go.live $75,000
live.chat $125,000
my.games $75,000
race.news $25,000
u.money $15,000
wireless.energy $15,000

You can find these 7 domain sales and search for thousands more New gTLD sales at Sold.Domains.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and now live in Athens, Greece. I love domains and building websites. I am online since 1995, learned about HTML in 1996 and about domains in 2002. I started publishing the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

10 comments

  1. Honestly… I think they are fake.

  2. I’ll bet you. largest registry with offices all over the globe. 240 nTLDs. I think you are the insane one to doubt these sales. How much we betting, lunch money?

  3. Think they are real. The numbers of sales is way down though. This is their best sales in a year?? Market has dropped off a cliff.

    • Konstantinos Zournas

      Well, long gone are the $500k and $300k sales.

    • Konstantinos Zournas

      2017 was the last good year. They tried to push a couple of 2017 sales into 2018 but that didn’t work for me.

    • Snoopy have you any experience buying new Gs and trying to sell them.
      First hand experience really does count for a lot. Without it, you have only a piece of the puzzle (reported sales). So if that’s where your claim of the market falling off a cliff comes from, your incomplete information, then at least know that it’s not the experience many new G investors are having.

      Who wants to report sales when they are busy selling to end users? End users don’t care about reported sales – only other domainers do, and sometimes that’s unnecessary competition.

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