31 Jul '17, 2pm

purchased in 2010 looking like a great investment

Emojis have been talked about a lot over the last few months with regards to domain names. From i❤️domains to the excellent guide produced by DNAcademy , to a high schooler named Shane Brunswick, an incoming high school sophomore who created Domainoji.com , an emoji domain registration website that automatically converts emojis to punycode. One of the best names in the space Emojis.com is closing on NameJet this week. Back in 2010 Emojis.com sold on Sedo for $1,268. That investment looks like it is going to pay off big time. The domain is currently at $22,200. Where do you think it will close?

Full article: https://www.thedomains.com/2017/07/31/emojis-com-purchase...

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