New immigration reform group bought .us domain for $1,500 at Sedo.
The new immigration reform group that Ron Jackson wrote about last week paid $1,500 for FWD.us.
That’s just one of the end user sales that Sedo made last week. It had a big week, closing nearly $2 million in sales. Here are some of its other end user sales.
SumUp, a Square competitor that allows you to accept credit cards with your mobile phone, bought Sumup.com.cn for $750.
Data networking accessories (e.g. cables and connectors) company KSM Limited bought KSM.co.uk for 2,800 GBP, which it now forwards to madaboutcable.com.
Game hosting company Cubed Host bought CubedHost.com for $2,595 and forwards it to CubedHost.org.
Bridge Entertainment, Inc bought CelebrityScores.com for $940. The company runs E-Poll Research, which offers E-Score Celebrity to provide ratings on celebrities.
Campus Special, which offers online food ordering at universities, bought Campus101.com for $2,500.
HR company Adecco paid $3,500 for the domain hack Adec.co, which I imagine they’ll use as a URL shortener.
World Travel Holdings, which specializes in cruises, bought CheapRiverCruises.com for $20,000. I saw an ad in The Economist yesterday for a Mississippi river cruise. Perhaps Carnival Cruises should offer river cruises. When their boats malfunction they’ll be really close to shore.
Hempconsult UG bought HempTrade.com for $1,900. Business needs no explanation.
Boston property management company Butler Property Management paid $700 for BostonMAApartments.com.
Document sharing company iDeals Solutions Group S.A. paid 1,400 EUR for ideals.net. It uses the domain IdealsCorp.com.