A language instruction site, 3D printing company and Bosch bought domain names this past week.
This week was one of those in which GDPR made it hard to figure out who bought domain names. Many of the domains Sedo sold don’t resolve to a website yet and have blocked Whois information.
I’m curious who bought PharmEasy.com for €30,000 or DigitalBrain.com for €25,550. And who paid $25,000 for UI.dev? We’ll have to wait to see.
In the meantime, here are the sales I could connect to an end user.
(You can view previous lists like this here.)
Lingu.com $9,000 – Lingu Norge AS offers language courses at the domain name Lingu.no. It will use the .com site to teach English online.
CricketExchange.com $6,250 – This is an online cricket betting site.
AdaptiveManufacturing.com €4,999 – The domain forwards to Markforged.com, a metal and carbon fiber 3D printing company.
Klick-Tipp.de €4,500 – Klick Tipp is an online marketing company. It also owns Klick-Tipp.com.
Credisol.com $3,920 – CFG Partners operates financial companies including El Sol in Panama.
Zigns.com $3,500 – Intersign Corporation in Chattanooga, TN. The company makes signage for businesses, churches and more.
Leo.in $2,999 – The website has a coming soon notice and a cool logo.
Xlock.de $2,888 – Bosch makes an “angle grinder” called X-Lock.
CloudInsider.de EUR 2,500 – Vogel Communications Group forwards this domain to its cloud computing information site cloudcomputing-insider.de.
Sertom.com €2,200 – The domain forwards to the site for Seravesi 1960, a machinery company.
LIEngergy.com $2,000 – Li Energy in Great Britain.