It’s a seller’s market for domains suggestive of Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and blockchains. The domain name Tokens.com sold for $500,000 in February.
Cryptoworld.com sold for $195,000 in January. Eth.com sold for $2 million at the end of 2017.
Blockchain.us wants $3.45 million, and Ethereum.com is asking for $10 million. In this climate, a domain like Crypto.com is likely worth millions of dollars.
But Matt Blaze, who has owned it since 1993, isn’t selling. “No, my domain name isn’t for sale.
Yes, I mean it. Yes, I’ve probably already muted you,” he tweeted in September. Read more from theverge.com…
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