SquadHelp gets a $10m investment from Hilco Digital Assets

Darpan Munjal, CEO and founder of Squadhelp.com, announced today a strategic investment of $10M from Hilco Digital Assets.

Darpan Munjal said on Twitter:

“There is a massive opportunity in front of us and this investment will allow us to expand our team, accelerate the development of new game-changing offerings as well as significantly expand our overall Marketing Investments.

Also excited to announce a strategic partnership with @HilcoDigital to create a game changing, one-of-a-kind ultra premium marketplace for top tier domains. Hilco’s deep expertise with digital assets will provide immense strategic value to this partnership.

I would like to welcome Andrew Miller @amiller325gd to Squadhelp’s Board. Andrew’s deep experience with digital assets along with his strategic focus and relationships will be extremely valuable to our growth.

Finally, a HUGE thanks to our team who has worked tirelessly over the last several years to continue to push the boundaries. We have lot more to do, and I can’t wait to share more updates on our progress in the near future.”

Hilco Digital Assets said:

“It is an exciting day at Hilco Digital Assets, as we continue to build a leading digital asset investment and advisory company and brand. Today, we closed a $10m investment as the lead strategic investor in SquadHelp, where @amiller325gd will be joining the Board of Directors.

SquadHelp is revolutionizing domain name transactions, branding, product testing, while leveraging advanced tech, crowdsourcing, and the cutting edge use of AI/ChatGPT. We are big believers in Darpan Munjal and his team.

We will be introducing a very strategic and important feature for ultra premium domain names on the platform this summer. There is feature story coming out next week on SquadHelp, which we cannot wait to share with everyone once it is published.”


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.


  1. Reallybigidea.com

    Bad investment ..
    They should try it before buying . Squadhelp is useless for domainers.
    My recent experience with SH: installed WLM from SH, added domains to SH portfolio, added txt records into DNS, updated nameservers to SH. But most of domains not verified tried several times no luck , support don’t clue . So i deleted domains from SH and moved back to Epik marketplace .SH shows cached pages on Google search results because SH unavailable around the world . Most of regions are locked or banned. So buyer from Asia can’t buy a domain on SH .

  2. I see a future where Squadhelp will be pitched to a bigger company for sale .It happened to Dan,it would happen to Squadhelp .

    People invest huge sums and want a big pay out .What will they introduce next ?Lower commission on premium?

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