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An antiquated technology term in .me sells for five figures.
Sedo sold $1 million worth of domain names last week. While this week’s list doesn’t include as many end user buyers as the last one (at least publicly), a lot of smaller businesses bought domain names.
One of the most amusing ones is Telegram.me at $10,000. Now, be honest — if someone told you they registered a domain name with telegram in it, you’d laugh at him. Right? The New Zealand man who sold Telegram.me is laughing all the way to the bank.
Here’s the list of some of last week’s end user sales at the Sedo marketplace: Click here to view the end user sales list
Disney, AMC and other big names bought domain names last week.
Sedo had a busy sales week when it came to selling domain names to big name end users. From Disney, to $10 billion clothing company Next, to AMC, a number of household brands bought domain names at the marketplace last week.
Interestingly, these three companies bought non-.com domains. .Club was the beneficiary of two of these big buyers, while AMC bought a .tv (although it has the matching .com domain name).
Here’s a list of 22 end user sales at the Sedo marketplace last week: Click here to view the end user sales list
Here are some of the end user sales among Sedo’s $1.4 million in transactions last week.
Domain name marketplace Sedo handled 542 transactions last week for a total of $1.4 million in domain name sales.
End user buyers included two large pharmaceutical firms and one of the largest online travel sites. Notably, many of the end user purchases were by companies buying the .com that matches their existing ccTLD names.
Here’s a list of 14 end user sales at the marketplace last week: Click here to view the end user sales list
A sex toy company, pet food seller and Big Blue bought domain names last week.
Sedo sold $1 million worth of domain names last week, including some to big name buyers. It looks like IBM even got into the mix.
Here’s a list of 21 end user sales at the marketplace last week: Click here to view the end user sales list
Here’s a list of some of the end users that bought domain names last week.
Sedo handled a total of 484 transactions last week, representing $1.4 million in total sales. Yes the most expensive sale they reported was just $16,200, suggesting there was at least one big sale that is not public.
Before I run through some of the end user sales, here’s a quick thing I noticed.
Remember when .berlin had a free domain giveaway? They canceled it after a couple groups registered just about everything under the sun. One of those registrants was Sedo, and this past week they profited by selling Macaron.berlin for 800 EUR.
OK, now for the end user sales list: Click here to view the end user sales list