A software company, chatbot customer service tech company and padlock maker bought domain names.
DNW readers tell me they get a lot of value out of the end user domain sales lists. Unfortunately, these are going to be much harder to create with obscured Whois records. It can still be done, but I’ll have to rely more on use of domain names than on Whois information.
Because of travel and covering other topics over the past couple of weeks, I’m a bit behind on end user reports. I was able to capture some Whois info before it went dark, though, so I will release some of the recent sales that have taken place.
This list includes sales from Sedo’s 5-21 list. You can see previous lists like this here.
Wiise.com $18,000 – Business management software company Wiise.
MyDM.com €8,000 – dm-drogeriemarkt GmbH + Co.KG which uses the domain name DM.de.
Pendula.com $7,500 – Pendula is a customer support company with a focus on chatbots.
CryptoAwards.com $4,900 – FinExpo, a producer of financial conferences.
LesCourtiers.com $4,488 – Courtier means broker in French. The site is pitching financial products.
KaspSecurity.com €3,900 – Kasp makes physical padlocks.
PartnerHQ.com $3,000 – Partner HQ hasn’t launched yet but says it will be “Collaboration technology that enables event hosts to reach the highest levels of partner engagement and co-promotion.”
iCareAdvisors.com $3,000 – iCare Advisors creates optometric practices.
LibraryPictures.com $2,880 – Creative Artists Agency, a talent agency representing athletes, actors and other talent.
AngelChen.com $2,495 – Angel Chen is clothing designer who uses the domain name AngelChenStudio.com.