A video game developer, a security company, and a payroll processor bought domain names.
Sedo’s top public sale of the past week was Memento.com. Not Momento–memento. This is an end user price but it’s not yet clear who bought the domain.
So that makes the biggest end user sale on the list $35,000 for FlappyBird.com, the name of a popular game.
Beyond these names, this week’s list includes a .club, .io, .de, .pro, .global and .se.
Here’s a list of some of the end user domain name sales from the past week. You can review previous end user sales lists here.
FlappyBird.com $35,000 – dotGears, the Vietnamese game developer, bought this domain for its Flappy Bird game.
SA.Global $12,500 – This is an interesting one. The company name is sa.global but its main domain name is saglobal.com. There was no such thing as a .global domain when the company originally branded itself. Now it owns the domain that matches its brand and forwards it to saglobal.com. The company provides Microsoft Dynamics implementation.
Anywhere.io €10,000 – Software development company EPAM Systems, Inc., bought the domain. It might be for a client project.
Singles .club $8,100 – This domain is being used for an online dating site. It appears to be part of a network of online dating sites.
GearBest.de €7,000 – Forwards to GearBest.com, an e-commerce site selling products in multiple categories like consumer electronics, jewelry and accessories, housewares and more.
Batri.com $5,000 – Fortium Technologies Ltd, a cyber security company, bought this domain name. It doesn’t resolve yet.
JetProfessionals.com $5,000 – Jet Aviation bought this domain. It is a Basel, Switzerland business aviation services company. It was founded in 1967 and today is a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Dynamics.
People.pro $4,000 – Dataplan Payroll Limited, a UK company that provides outsourcing of payroll and pension plan processes, bought the domain. It currently use DataPlanPayroll.co.uk as its main website.
Annonsera.se €3,500 – Annonsera is Swedish for advertise. It looks like the domain is being used for a classified ads site.
Inowell.com $3,000 – Avanco GmbH bought the domain. This German company manufactures technical products made of aluminum and fiber composites. I can’t find any references to Inowell on its website.