Domain investors Andy Booth and James Booth have partnered together to produce many domain sales and acquisitions over the years, including the purchase and sale of Extend.com in 2019.
The brothers, who spend much of their time in the NFT space now, have once again teamed up to sell GBet.com for $150,000.
The sale was announced on Twitter by James Booth:
https://t.co/ldyD6zMss3 sold for $150,000 USD – Partnered with and closed by @360 🎉
— Domain (@domain) April 28, 2022
Whois history and some Twitter research suggest that the pair acquired GBet.com in 2020. According to Archive.org, the name held a $699,999 buy-now price earlier this year.
GBet.com is now registered under Whois privacy protection at GoDaddy and looks to have been acquired by an investor in China, based on the 4.cn landing page that now adorns the domain.
3 thoughts on “Booth Brothers Announce $150,000 GBet.com Sale”
Huge trend starting with names that start with G. Any one word G name with a solid word after will be sought after for next 5 years.
Expect to see this as very common next few years imo. Great sale for 150k
Does this have to do w/ Google or something else?
It’s for sale again; wonder what it will go for ….