Here are 14 examples of end users that bought domain names on the Sedo aftermarket over the past week.
The top public sale at Sedo this past week was Quoin.com for $15,000. The buyer is a lawyer in Germany, so it might be for a client.
Other end user domain sales include a three letter .co, a .ai domain name and a company buying the .com to match its .ca domain name.
(You can view previous lists like this here.)
Quoin.com $15,000 – The buyer is a lawyer at a firm in Germany, so I’m guessing this is for a client.
KairosGroup.com $5,000 – Kairos Private Investment Limited in Cyprus.
AdSoul.com $5,000 – into-e is a German e-commerce consultancy.
Rng.co $3,999 – Raange is a consumer marketing company with a name that miserably fails the radio test.
Refounding.com $3,800 – This is a clever name. Bionic says it “installs a startup ecosystem into large enterprises”. I can see how Refounding–a play on Founding a company–could be a cool term for the company to use.
ICMJapan.com $3,488 – This company sells used Japanese cars.
Econsave.com $3,299 – The buyer is a grocer in Malaysia called Econsave. It uses the domain econsave.com.my.
OnlineFileConverter.com $3,180 – rSpark packages things like toolbars with downloadable software.
LuxuryDriver.com $3,000 – Superior Auto Extras supplies merchandise for car washes.
Plenty.ai $2,999 – Plenty, an indoor farming company, just raised $200 million. (Psst. I own IndoorFarm.com.)
Chandler.co $2,300 – Chandler Resources, a glass and packaging company that uses the domain chandler-resources.com.
GetRetired.com $2,249 – Financial Independents, Inc. is a financial advisor in Michigan.
HeathrowExpansion.co.uk £2,000 – A web design company called Studio 24 bought the domain.
Go99.com $2,000 – Freight marketplace Go99 uses the domain Go99.ca.