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GoDaddy’s Loss is DropCatch’s Gain on

Posted on the 10 July 2020 by Worldwide @thedomains

Well this is a weird one, back in May I wrote about closing at auction on GoDaddy for $2,601. The domain name was at Tucows not GoDaddy.

I would imagine the winner did not pay and the domain was left to expire. So now DropCatch gets the windfall. It’s a little higher this time around as the auction closed at $3,150.

History on the name

Every.Day.Counts was a fashion brand with a store in the Netherlands. covered the opening in 2014

Esprit, start-up version, worked on the project for an urban and denim brand for several months. Christened, it opened the doors to its test store today.

The domain name registered in 2003 sold first back in 2012 at Afternic for $2,827. The buyer iGenesis Limited out of Hong Kong.

Two years later it looks like the domain sold for $40,000.

Now the registration date in whois is 2003, but I did look back further and the domain in 2000 was owned by an Insurance company that dropped the name. The registration date restarted at 2003.

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