Take a look at these strong end user domain name sales.
Sedo had a strong week for end user domain name sales including a huge new TLD sale: My.bio for €49,900, which is about $60,000 USD.
The company also had a three-character .com end user sale, a couple of cryptocurrency related sales and more.
Here’s a list of end user sales I found:
(You can see previous lists like this here.)
YCoin.com $50,000 – The owner of YeahMobi, a mobile marketing program.
My.bio €49,900 – AllMyLinks LLC pulls all of your social media data into one account. A rebrand or a new service?
VRK.com €40,000 – This appears to be an end user sale of a three-letter domain. VRK is a tech products company.
SysAdmins.com $24,010 – It must be the same company that paid $55,000 for SysAdmin.com.
Styrosoft.com €16,000 – HKSDK, which bought SafetyShoes.com for $5,000. There’s no mention of this term on the company’s website so it’s probably a forthcoming name for one of its materials.
Stracon.com $13,000 – Stracon is a mining company in Peru.
ConsultSpace.com $8,900 – The law firm Nutter, McClennen & Fish, LLP bought this domain. It looks like it bought it for a company called Catalant, which is running a pilot project called ConsultSpace.
CyberX.com €5,000 – CyberX is a cryptocurrency trading platform.
Remix.ca $4,999 – Transit planning company Remix uses the domain name Remix.com. It is forwarding the .ca domain to the .com.
VitaminCFoundation.com $4,799 – The Vitamin C Foundation promotes and sells Vitamin C. It uses the matching .org domain for its web address.
Mast-Group.com €3,900 – Mast Group Ltd uses the domain MastGrp.com.
SmartMike.com $3,000 – Speech Processing Solutions GmbH in Vienna. How’s this for a domain: they own Speech.com.
OpenSouth.com $2,875 – OpenSouth helps IT vendors grow their business in Latin America.
SafetyManagement.com $2,400 – Baldwin Aviation is an aviation safety provider.