An expensive .co purchase is among Sedo’s big end user domain name sales.
Sedo sent out its weekly domain name sales report last week, but due to the U.S. holiday I’m a week behind. Here’s the list, with format domain price – buyer.
Yumda.com $1,000 – Yumbda.de, a site about the food and beverage industry.
TungstenElectrodes.com $750 – WeldingMaterialSales.com tungsten electrodes are used in welding.
Mozart.co $21,000 – Needly, Inc., a company owned by Fred Krueger, one of the founders of new TLD applicant Top Level Domain Holdings.
SouthCarolinaStateFair.com $4,888 – The South Carolina State Fair, which uses the domain SCStateFair.org.
TryItNow.com $4,000 – A Mark Monitor client
ArtemisDigital.com $1,995 – Artemis Group, a Paris company that owns the domain name GroupeArtemis.com.
C-Change.com $9,750 – Criterion Advisory, a technology consulting firm. (Heck of a price!)
Epilation-Laser.com $3,495 – Lazeo, a French laser hair removal firm. They do not own the non-hyphenated version.
MailChinp.com $3,500 – email marketing company MailChimp bought this typo.
CertCloud.com $1,970 – CertCloud Limited in Hong Kong. This appears to be a new company.
Interexport.com 700 EUR- a UK company launching soon that will offer technology platforms for international trade.
Posly.com 2,250 EUR – a Singapore company called Posly PTE LTD. I can’t find anything out about them.
Prodway.com $799 – Prodway International, a French food company that uses Prodway.fr.
MoneyMatters.biz $750 – Money Matters with Ken Moraif. They already own the .net, but not the .com.
BitCoin2014.com $1,200 – Bitcoin Foundation, a group working to streamline Bitcoin usage and transactions. I assume the domain name will be used for a conference.
ApexLearningVS.com $750 – Apex Learning, an online education site that uses the domain name ApexLearning.com.
Sophus.com 1,700 EUR – Sophus 3, a technology company using the domain name Sophus3.com.
ExclusiveConcierge.com $700 – Exclusive Tours s.r.o. of Czech Republic.