The NRA picks up a .tv domain name.
Sedo’s sales came back down to earth over the past week, with 554 transactions totaling $1.2 million.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) was among the groups buying domain names. It picked up NRA.tv. In another notable purchase, Data storage giant EMC, which is being acquired by Dell, bought LeapApps.com for one of its new products.
Here are some end user domain name purchases from the past week:
(You can view previous lists like this here. If you’d like to learn how to sell your domain names like these on Sedo, download this report.)
NRA.tv $4,950 – National Rifle Association. Live shooting on the web?
Ambiente.co.uk €7,490 – German furniture and lighting company Ambiente Direct GmbH.
BritishAirports.co.uk $2,000 – Airport development group Airports International Group Ltd.
Jackpot.co.nz $8,750 – UK gambling company Lottomatrix.
DockerCloud.com $3,000 – Shippable, a development platform.
LeapApps.com $5,000 – Data storage company EMC, soon to be part of Dell. Here’s why it bought the domain.
BeyondLimits.com $12,000 – workout and health supplements company Fitmart GmbH.
Instant.me $4,000 – A Mark Monitor client.
LIC.co.uk £3,000 – LIC Inc Limited in the UK.
ZDG.de €2,550 – purchased by the owner of zentrum-der-gesundheit.de. It’s German for “center of health”.
IOTenergy.com €2,000 – The website is still under construction, but it says it will offer Internet of Things solutions for smart buildings.
eCigarette.co.uk £10,000 – PlanetVape in the UK.
Toner24.com €6,000 – Media-Concept, a German ink cartridge seller.
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