Internet has minted a fair share of millionaires. More than handfuls have made those millions buying and selling desirable domain names. Starting with the sale of business.com for .5m in 1999, over the years many domains have changed hands for sizable amounts — six, seven and even eight figures.
That’s not exactly surprising: domains have been likened to real estate, and when it comes to building a brick-and-mortar business, it’s all about location, location, location.
But has the domain name gold rush nearing the end? Domainers, those whose primary business is buying and selling domains, might be asking themselves that question after the first major live domain auction of
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