Lots of ccTLD sales to end users over the past week.
More than half of the end user domain names sales I uncovered at Sedo over the past week were country code domain names. These include two companies buying three-letter .co.uk domain names, a German-language product name, and a company picking up ccTLDs that match its brand.
Sedo has always dominated the market for international domain name sales. The company has expertise in many markets and languages; you hear lots of accents when you visit its U.S. office.
Here’s the list of end user sales I uncovered:
(You can view previous lists like this here.)
GrowBox.de €10,000 and Growbox.it €2,850 – The domain were purchased by EUGrowBox, which manufactures and indoor plant growing system.
SayYestoTheDress.com $10,000 – A five-word, five-figure domain name sale? You betcha! A wedding website is coming soon.
BrawlStars.com $6,500 – The buyer is using Whois privacy. Perhaps it’s this roller derby team? Sounds like a reality show name.
AAS.co.uk £5,900 – It must be nice to get three-letter country codes for an affordable price. A landscaping business AA Sherriff & Sons bought the domain.
PFK.co.uk £4,800 – Penrith Farmers’ & Kidd’s PLC is a UK real estate firm.
Mikrofaser.de €3,250- This translates to Microfiber. It now forwards to a store selling products made of microfiber.
Milicon.com $2,600 – A construction company that uses Milicon.us bought the matching .com.
SwissGames.com €2,500 and SwissGames.ch 2,500 EUR – Pro Helvetia is a group that supports and disseminates Swiss arts and culture, The Whois record shows #SwissGames – Pro Helvetia as the registrant organization.
Chiropraticiens.com $2,495 – Centre Chiro-Express Inc. is a chiropractor group.
Invasys.com $2,488 – Invasys, a.s. is a Czech technology company.
CIAO.ca $2,200 – Ciao is an IT company in Quebec.
Flash.ca $2,000 – FlashPay is a Canadian company that helps transfer money between China and Canada.