Digital asset investor James Booth, who now devotes much of his time to NFTs including the Bored Ape Yacht Club, CloneX, and Paradise Trippies, still owns an impressive portfolio of domain names.
This portfolio includes a substantial collection of some of the best .io domains in existence including Hero.io, Neon.io, and Smart.io. Today, Booth revealed via Twitter that he has sold Gaming.io for $105,000.
Sold https://t.co/pXGdBX2PfV for $105,000 🎉
— Domain (@domain) March 18, 2022
Gaming.io, a defining name for a trending industry, has been listed on Squadhelp with an asking price of $127,299.
Booth revealed to me that the Gaming.io sale consists of a $45,000 initial payment followed by $60,000 paid over the course of 6 months.
This will mean that the sale will not be charted yet, but upon completion of the deal, it will become the fifth publicly-disclosed .io sale of $100,000 or more.