LXME rebrands to LMX.com (Liquid Market Exchange)

LXME, Giuseppe Graziano’s Liquid Domain Market Exchange that launched in September 2018, is rebranding today to LMX.com, which stands for Liquid Market Exchange.

“The purpose of LMX is to create a safe environment in which investors are able to trade liquid domains quickly, efficiently and at low fees.”

Here are some of the features of the new platform:

  • You can now list One Word .com domains if they match certain quality criteria, the most important one being that the domain appraised value has to be above $10k Estibot.
  • You can now list 3C, 4L and 5N .com domains, as long as they have an appraised value of at least $10k Estibot.
  • Platform fees for a transaction are 7.5% (with a $1k min fee and escrow.com fees covered by the buyer). However, to incentivate users to list domains, we are offering a reduced 5% fee for each domain listed and activated before the 7th of May 2020.

Some of the existing features of the platform:

  • The platform is invitation-only, however, if you own a domain supported by the platform, you can use the self qualification process to create an account.
  • The users are able to create opportunity alerts, so they can get instantly notified when domains that match their criteria are listed.
  • The platform is destined to investor-only, and we encourage users not to post domains with end user price.

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 OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

One comment

  1. At least, they should open for the buyers. Not many people qualify having 10K domain (especially with estibot appraisal)

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