Fixed app fixes its domain name problem.
I’m behind on last week’s end user domain name sales list since I was at the ICANN conference last week. This list is for sales taking place the week before last.
The top reported sale was GoldPay.com at $50,000. It’s still in escrow, but I suspect the buyer is the person who registered the trademark “GoldPay” for “Providing monetary exchange services, namely, exchanging gold and precious metals of others for cash; Financial services, namely, gold and precious metal trading” earlier this year.
The next highest sale was interesting because an app maker bought it to upgrade from a pretty bad .me domain name. Fixed, an app that helps you fight parking tickets, was using the domain name GetFixed.me. Before I visited the site, I thought it was either for spaying/neuter dogs or vasectomies.
The end user list is below.
Fixed.com $40,000 – Signature Labs Inc, maker of the traffic ticket app Fixed. Its web address is GetFixed.me.
Freelancer.bg 1,450 EUR – Freelancer.com, an online freelance marketplace.
HeritageHomes.co.uk 799 GBP – Heritage Developments South West Ltd. They’ve been using the longer HeritageNewWomes.co.uk domain name.
Webroor.com $1,459 – CitizenHawk acquired this domain on behalf of Webroot Software.
Natuarlizer.com $985 – CitizenHawk acquired this domain on behalf of Brown Shoe Company, which operates shoe site Naturalizer.com.
CulinaryLab.com $1,695 – this domain was registered to an email address that forwards to restaurant site hinokiandthebird.com.
NEPGroup.com 800 EUR – TV production company NEP Inc.
HouseHQ.com $1,000 – A Miami real estate agent.
Quore.com $7,000 – Quore Systems, a Franklin, Tennessee company that has been using Quore.co.
CubeStyle.com $2,000 – the owner of CubeSytle.net, which sells cubic furniture.
BookMyMovie.com 5,000 EUR – Bigtree Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., a company that offers movie tickets at BookMyShow.com.
Arta.com $10,000 – ARTA Armaturen und Tankgeraetebau GmbH & Co.KG. They sell tank equipment and fittings.