A mosquito control system manufacturer, robotics company and Spanish-language publisher bought domain names.
This week’s end user sales list of Sedo sales has a little something for everyone.
We’ve got a “country code upgrader” who bought the .com to match its .eu address, a payments company spending money to move from a horrible domain name, Some .com owners buying matching ccTLDs, a company paying to drop the ‘the’, and even a new top level domain name sale.
Let’s get right into the list…(see other end user sales columns here)
IvyPay.com $22,000 – The domain is still pending transfer the buyer is likely Ivy, a company that offers a “Square for therapists” credit card solution. It uses the domain name TalkToIvy.com, so this is a big improvement.
LocalHero.com €16,000 – Weerts Online is an appliance seller. Right now the domain has a simple page with the hashtag #shoppinglandscaperedefined.
RazerPay.com $9,449 – Razer (Razer.com) makes gaming electronics. I assume this domain will be used for a game payments service.
Hola.me $8,500 and Hola.net $5,000 – HOLA, S.L. in Madrid is now the listed owner of Hola.net. I’m assuming it was also the buyer of Hola.me but that domain is still being transferred. The company produces a Spanish-language magazine and owns Hola.com.
IESI.com $8,000 – This is a huge upgrade from The-IESI.com for Institute for Social + Emotional Intelligence.
Fragrancenet.mx $6,999 – TeleScents, Inc., which sells perfumes and colognes at Fragrancenet.com.
KNPCDom.net $5,000 – KNPC is Kuwait’s oil refining company. It uses the domain name KMPC.com.
ServiceRobots.com $4,500 – Warrington Robotics Ltd. They own the domain bots.co.uk.
Qista.com $4,000 – Qista offers a mosquito control system and uses the domain Qista.eu.
Store.dental €3,490 – Blue Safety is a water testing/filter company. One of their verticals is dental practices. They also use the domain water.foundation for their charitable giving.
Tectonix.com $2,200 – Tectonix is a data company.
WVL.be €2,199 – Westvlees is a pork producer.