A Boston pizzeria was among end user buyers at Uniregistry.
I’ve reviewed Uniregistry’s last two sales reports to find end user domain name purchases. You’ll especially like the last one.
Flapp.com $22,500 – Travel company TravelLab Global AB. I’m not sure what it will use this domain for.
DigitalAdoption.com $17,750 – Quicko Technosoft Labs Pvt Ltd, which uses the domain WhatFix.com, has the tag line “Accelerate Digital Adoption.”
Heartstrings.com $10,000 – This Virginia and West Virginia group teaches music. It forwards its upgraded domain to HeartstringsAcademy.com.
StateRecords.com $9,500 – The buyer is forwarding the domain to StateRecords.org, a site to search for divorce, law, and other types of records.
Escooter.co.uk $6,000 – The buyer is creating a site for electric scooters.
ShoeHorns.com $6,000 – It’s a Shopify website for shoehorns (what else?).
Sympatic.com $5,800 – A holding page states that “Sympatic is developing cloud software that serves the data owners and gives them the ability to collaborate and allow compute over data without exposing their data.”
Unexplored.com $5,500 – What a fantastic name. The coming soon page shows someone wearing virtual reality glasses and the words “Travel Beyond…Coming Soon”.
JKConsulting.com $5,000 – It appears that the buyer is a computer consulting firm that uses the .net version of this domain.
GoldenTriangleTours.com $5,000 – A unit of Top Indian Holidays that offers tours in India.
Diagrams.net $5,000 – draw.io is an open source, browser-based diagramming application.
ItalianExpress.com $5,000 – Italian Express Pizzeria in Boston uses the long domain ItalianExpressPizzeria.com.
Balls.co $4,250 – Just about a perfect name for this male grooming company.