T-Mobile among domain buyers at Sedo last week.
Here’s the latest end user sales report for Sedo sales. Notable buyers include T-mobile, and check out the price tag on CloudID.net.
Secret.ly – $3,500 – A new start up called Whispr, LLC appears to be creating a sort of SnapChat for non-video messages. If you go to GoWhispr.com and wait a moment you can click a link that brings you to a page that says “Send beautiful, disappearing notes to your friends. Brighten their day.”.
CloudID.net – $28,750 – A high price for this domain. Business cloud company Intermedia, which owns the matching .com, bought this domain.
FaceTravel.ch – 1,500 EUR – The same company that bought FaceTravel.at last week. H&H Touristik GmbH, although the .at domain was bought under the name Facetravel GmbH.
Scarpa.it – 6,000 EUR – Italian company Calzaturificio S.C.A.R.P.A. S.p.A, which uses Scarpa.net. They appear to sell mountain climbing footwear.
DentalHub.co.uk – $2,000 – Australian company DentalHub Pty Ltd.
ToryBurch.asia – $750 – Fashion company Tory Burch
Mega-Millions.co – $900 – LottoLand Ltd in Gibraltar
Unnormalized.com – $799 – Boston software company Rocket Software
CRMBlog.net – $1,995 – Tri CAD CAM Systems, a company that creates Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software. They don’t own the matching .com.
Beach-Towels.com – $849 – Towel company ProTowels
M2Mhub.com – $2,200 – T-mobile
SRK.co – $2,500 GBP – SRK Consulting in the UK, which uses SRK.co.uk for its site.
RedLightSecurity.com – $1,500 – RedLight Security LLC in Illinois.
MarcHomes.com – $800 – Marc Homes, LLC in Rancho Cucamonga, California. It has been using the hyphenated domain Marc-Homes.com.
Gumbys.com – $850 – Tobacco store Gumbys, LLC, which has been using the domain GumbysRocks.com.
DGBrands.com – $1,277 – Lingerie company Dreamgirl International