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KING.NET $10 Million or more in year 2015.

Will you believe me when I say KING.NET will value US$10 Million or more after year 2015?

As I continue to use this domain to introduce and conduct businesses I keep receiving offers. Well not enough to consider it. As I posted last April 2 (, you will only get my attention when you offer me at a minimum US$ 3 Million to start the negotiation. This is not including escrow transaction fees.

It is just around the budget when last auction ended at US$ 1.15 Million bid. If you use google search engine, it will produce 175,000,000 results for "pizza" while "king" return 538,000,000.

As expected, a lot of domain investors doesn't believe that .net version of will not sell close to 15% which is US$390K at least. The posted bid for is US$1.15 Million this is 44.23% as compare to Of course after the confirmation of sale.

Based on this record sale, KING.NET is just around the target. The domain name was registered since 1995. In 2015 - 2025 the price could reach US$10 Million or more, will never know and only time can tell.

Meanwhile I will enjoy using KING.NET to transact my business.


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