Uniregistry’s market has an active week for end user domain sales.
Uniregistry released its weekly top 20 sales list yesterday. Unlike the past couple of weeks, I was able to figure out who bought most of them. And at least half can be definitively tied to end users. Three of the domains are .com sales that now forward to matching domains in country code domains.
Check out the list below.
1. empresa.com $57,500 – Uniregistry Whois privacy. The domain still points to the Uniregistry parked page. Empresa means company in Spanish.
2. cospaces.com $34,000 – According to Whois, the likely buyer is a coworking company in Australia called CoSpaces. It uses the domain name CoSpaces.com.au
3. bluesuit.com $21,750 – BlueSuit is a new commercial real estate contracts system.
4. cartex.com $20,000 – CreditPilot, PLC is a FinTech company with some strong customers/partners. I suspect this name will be used for one of its partnerships.
5. macbet.com $16,675 – Eurasia Capital Holdings SARL in Luxembourg. My guess is a gambling company.
6. italgel.com $15,000 – Italgelatine SpA is an Italian company that makes gelatine.
7. stuffed.com $11,000 – The buyer appears to be a chauffeur company in South Africa. The domain forwards to its website, Occasion.co.za.
8. religiousfreedom.com $10,000 – Brandon Sample LLC in Texas bought this domain. I think this is connected to a law firm.
9. platinumcredit.com $10,000 – It has Whois privacy and still resolves to a Uni lander.
10. blackball.com $10,000 – BuyDomains sold this domain for $7,544 in February. The buyer appears to have been Black Ball Ferry Line, which is located just up the Olympic Penninsula from where I live. It connects people to Victoria, B.C. Its ship is the MV Coho and its website is CohoFerry.com. Blackball.com forwards to that website. So who bought it now? And why would the ferry company turn around and sell it?
11. ccpoint.com $9,500 – The buyer is in Kanagawa, Japan, but the site doesn’t resolve yet.
12. truking.com $9,000 – Truking is a pharmaceutical equipment company in China. It forwards the domain to truking.cn.
13. tydings.com $7,000 – Tydings & Rosenberg, a law firm in Baltimore.
14. ritespace.com $6,000 – Someone in New Jersey bought the domain. It still resolves to a Uni lander.
15. xclean.com $5,000 – XClean sells car wash products. It forwards the domain to its website XClean.at.
16. greasefilter.com $5,000 – Both this domain and the plural below are now at GoDaddy with Domains By Proxy. I suspect this is an end user.
17. greasefilters.com $5,000 – See above
18. tourcroatia.com $5,000 – It has Whois privacy and still resolves to a Uni lander.
19. towersuites.com $5,000 – Global Hospitality Services in Great Britain. It works with independent hotels.
20. desktop.app $5,000 – Accillion AS, an internet security firm.