Business Magazine Moves to the Cayman Islands Has an Asking Price That Will Please Some

Posted on the 03 November 2020 by Worldwide @thedomains

Back on October 18, the domain name sold for $66,002 at Sedo. The domain name registered since 1994 was owned by a Canadian IT specialist.

Many believed the domain was a steal. It had to be noted it was a wholesale transaction, an auction at Sedo.

The new buyer seems to agree with those that think it’s a 7 figure name. The domain name moved to Uniregistry.

The buyer as noted by the Sedo sales listing is out of the Cayman Islands. is a tad cheaper at Uniregistry

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