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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday November 13th, 2020

I wish I lived closer to the mountains. I love their beauty, their challenge, and the people that climb them. In the most general form, runners are daily achievers, ironman participants are trying to prove something. To themselves or to others. But mountain climbers are merely seeking challenges. To fight against something they know they can never beat. They may win on a particular day but they will always be second to the mountain. That mountain was there millions of years before and will be there millions of years after. You are merely a guest.

Mountain climbers are generally humble. They talk about the awesomeness of the experience but hardly about the skills they needed to do it. Their bodies are fit, their minds sharp, and their stories deep. I have only climbed a few but I yearn to go back. My best memories and experiences have come from a mere blip of time in the overall calendar. I went with my daughter and it immediately went into her top 5 experiences. It hurt, it was uncomfortable, but it’s all forgotten when it all moved into memory. The hurt and uncomfortable is taken away and all you remember are the views, the laughs, and the questioning of whether you can go another step. Covid has me yearning these types of events. I’m sick of being in the house, at work, and on the daily circle of life. It’s about time to start planning to find that new mountain.

On the domain investing front, Escrow had a pretty good 3rd quarter and showed that domains are doing well. Especially those that are built out. Here are the highlights Domain Investment Index Q3 2020 highlights:

  • The total transacted domain name amount has recovered in Q3, after the lull in the previous quarter due to effects from the COVID-19 pandemic. The total domain name transaction amount for Q3 was $77.5 million, compared to $55.2 million in Q2.
  • We see a recovery across most leading countries in Q3. Total transactions in the US increased from $42.6 million to $58 million.
  • We see a jump in median price return rate to 20% in Q3 2020 compared to Q2 2020. This  is expected given the weaker performance in Q2 2020.
  • Despite the meager performance in Q2 2020, Q3 2020 outperformed  Q3 of last year. Median price return rate in Q3 2020 increased by 7% compared to Q3 2019.
  • Median price of domain names with content increased from $3,500 to $5,000, and median price of domain names without content increased slightly from $2,500 to $2,750.
  • Similarly, the total transacted volume of domain names with content increased to $12.3 million, while domain names without content increased to $41.75 million.

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Domain of the Day: Top number of bids on the board today. And top price. 25 years old and taken in 68 extensions. All this pretty much adds up to a big price

Quote of the Day: “Every time I witness a strong person, I want to know: What darkness did you conquer. Mountains do not rise without earthquakes.” Names at Auction or Available for Pickup Who doesn’t like winners? Great name for a Crypto/Blockchain blog or site A Korean first name. First names make great products Because the surface is what people see “Hey I’m Mike…..The VC”

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action This CVCV is the queen of the auction As predicted, one of the top 5 domains with bids H for Holdings. Has a bid but its under $200 at press time You collect vowels? Here you go I saw the initial bid and thought it was rich but after looking at all the results I definitely think the second bid was warranted Reserve under $100 and gets a few hundred visits. Certainly memorable and easy logo A bit long but memorable and definitive. 24 years old Nice 5L dropping with only one bid No bids on this one. Taken in 89 extensions Don’t see up for auction very often C’mon everyone do that Konga

Godaddy Domains With Bids Hopefully it exudes good pricing through big inventory vs big company , terrible service Informal pest control Zero personality in this name. But people are still going to buy it This is going to crush it. People love buying shit for their pets And this is where you buy it There are almost as many urls with Xchange as with Exchange Mad means good for all you old people out there Adele’s sister Sounds like the special family bathroom I sneak in to because its cleaner than the regular bathroom. And more private “Head towards the Sun” Canna shop all the way Unicorn anything seems to sell Taken in 7 extensions so a middle to low end price here Definitely going to be a video game site

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

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5 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday November 13th, 2020”

  1. In all seriousness, we ran out of toilet paper for 3 months this year. Walmart and Food Lion didn’t have any all of April, May and June. They are still rationing it now. The big paper mills (Georgia Pacific & International Paper) are in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee. Yet here in North Carolina, there was not a square to spare.

    I’m stocking up, I think were gonna run out again this winter.

      1. Steve,

        This says the infrastructure and supply of your community is not doing well. We had a two week period that we were sold out of toilet paper. Since then we have been able to get whatever we want. Our local breweries even make batches of alcohol and sanitizer you can buy by the gallon. I have purchased Lysol cleaning wipes by the 5 pack all summer and Lysol spray in the 3 pack as well. Clorox is readily available and has been since June. We have a town of under 200K people. Then again we test 10,000 people for Covid on most days since our University created the quick saliva test. So maybe we are special

      2. When Clorox disappears from the shelves, just get creative. Buy pool bleach (same thing only stronger 10% vs. 6%) at Home Depot, Lowes, Leslies, etc…

  2. I have a well on my land that supplies all my water, so I don’t have a water bill. Also have a 1000 gallon septic tank, so I resist putting bleach, fertilizer, insecticide, chemicals or acids into the ground, since I have to shower in it eventually. For laundry detergent and cleaning I just use Baking Soda. I only use bleach every year to spray down the siding on the house, to fight fungus.

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