Sedo sold $1.4 million worth of domain names last week, which is more than its typical week. Here are some of the domain names that were purchased by end users.
Holos.com $5,000 – Massie Research Labs, which offers the HOLOS IntraOp, a tool for refractive cataract surgery.
Tngroup.co.uk 1,649 GBP – Thurlow Nunn Standen Ltd, an agricultural machinery dealer.
Symcon.de 1,500 EUR – Symcon GmbH, which uses the domain ip-symcon.de
Istanbul.at 5,000 EUR – Elite Travel in Germany
DealBook.de 2,199 EUR – this domain is still in escrow, but I wonder if the buyer is the New York Times. You may recall that they lost a UDRP against Frank Schilling for DealBook.com, only to come back and buy the domain name.
EasyTrains.co.uk 2,000 GBP – easyGroup, the company behind EasyJet.com, EasyCar.com, etc.
Cloud.la $1,999 – Exenigy, a cloud provider.
HMCM.com $1,500 – HM Capital Management bought is acronym.
Nails.TV $1,749 – Elite Cosmetix Ltd. in Budapest.
NeuroBehavior.com $1,195 – Neuro Behavior Therapy in Orland Park, Illinois
Arcadia.org $5,500 – Arcadia Foundation, an assisted living group in Hawaii, which has been using Arcadia-HI.org for its domain name.
Belong.net $3,000 – Australian telco Telstra.
iOffer.de $1,700 – iOffer.com, an deals site.
TheDirectory.net $1,000 – TheDirectory.com, Inc., owner of TheDirectory.com.
PlasmaCleaning.com $2,999 – Plasma Etch, seller of plasma cleaners.
FindMeaLoan.com $1,000 – Polter Financial Group in Southfield, Michigan.