.COM Andrew Tate bought University.com for $10,000,000 USD (1 Viewing)

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Do you believe him when it comes to the price?
 
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Not for a second

Hey let me borrow your domain, I'll say I paid 10 million for it.
When I give it back to you in a couple of years you can ask 12 million for it because I mentioned it on the air.
You believe a large VC-backed tech company would let Andrew Tate borrow a domain?
 
Not for a second

Hey let me borrow your domain, I'll say I paid 10 million for it.
When I give it back to you in a couple of years you can ask 12 million for it because I mentioned it on the air.
Sounds like a script from another movie..
 
You believe a large VC-backed tech company would let Andrew Tate borrow a domain?

The company has 4 employees
Tsunami XR: Contact Details and Business Profile

Not as large as you think

And yes I stand behind my opinion, I have a feeling there was no sale at all and this is a ruse by both parties involved. They bought a domain, never put it to use, it's one ninth their annual market cap and they have to pay it off somehow.
 
The company has 4 employees
Tsunami XR: Contact Details and Business Profile

Not as large as you think

And yes I stand behind my opinion, I have a feeling there was no sale at all and this is a ruse by both parties involved. They bought a domain, never put it to use, it's one ninth their annual market cap and they have to pay it off somehow.
That doesn't change much of anything. I still find it extremely difficult to believe that a company that raised $36m is going back to those shareholders, saying 'we're going to squander any opportunity of a sale for the next x years, while also tarnishing the domain's reputation.'
 

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