.CLUB reasserts itself with big deal

A major transaction has occurred in the new generic top-level domain .CLUB. The domain experienced a huge surge in popularity earlier this year, when the new Clubhouse mobile app was on everyone's lips. Since then, the hype around it has noticeably subsided, but .CLUB is still faring well.

The latest sign of this is a transaction reported by Robbie’s Blog, which belongs to the well-known domain investor and broker Robbie Ferguson. In.Club changed its owner for $22,500, which is a decent sum for a new generic top-level domain. It is interesting to note that the domain name was registered only on November 10, 2021; thus, less than a month passed from the registration to the sale. The seller can definitely be congratulated on such good fortune. As for the domain zone, it currently ranks fifth among all new generic top-level domains by the number of registrations. nTLDstats estimates the number of names registered in .CLUB at 1,074,984.

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