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I kinda liked this one because 401k is a nice savings plan (lacking the K, of course) and bought this one and goes swell with the .biz extension.

Unsure of current market prices.

NameBio puts NNN.biz at some crazy prices and hoping this leans more towards one of them due to the financial aspect, though I've been away for a good minute and would like some input on this one.
 

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Well the news is not great on .biz .. I still hold a couple of commercial terms but frankly its becoming a lost bet. Last recorded sale on NNN.Biz was in 2017
https://namebio.com/?s==IjMwczM4AjM
I don't know as if that means that they're retaining value or people are holding on to them though. There are only 1000 (obviously) and the only public sale was 2017. I'm wondering what the private market is...
 

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I had a few and judging by the amount of interest you get.. The private market is non existent.