A car dealer network, a spine & pain chain, and a travel company bought domain names.
End user domain name sales continue even though it’s August, which is typically a slow month. I found 16 end user sales at Sedo this past week, and many domains that have obfuscated Whois and don’t resolve yet are probably end user purchases, too.
Here’s a list of end user sales this past week. You can see previous lists like this here.
CarLife.com $30,000 – HGregoire, a chain of auto dealers in Quebec, Canada bought this domain name.
NationalSpine.com $24,888 – National Spine & Pain Centers bought this domain and forwards it to its website at TreatingPain.com.
TheNewsHub.com $14,888 – NewsBank bought this domain for a news source for municipal leaders.
DC.ag €12,000 – Forwards to DC-Solution.de, the website for Dynamic Commerce, a German software company based in Kulmbach. It develops eCommerce software marketed directly to customers and a large partner network. Its products help with the optimization and connection of all eCommerce processes within ERP systems.
Kaspy.com €9,900 – The Whois shows Mad Arai-D Co., Ltd., a corporate branding company out of Bangkok, Thailand. The domain is for a company that seems to sell natural goods.
TripTop.com €7,000 – The German travel company, Tickets Travel Network, bought this domain. It provides travel-related products and services like arranging flights, train and bus travel, hotels, city tours, and car rentals.
ElderberryExtract.com $6,000 – Pharmacare USA, a pharmacy service provider that operates in 16 states and work with the long term care industry.
TruSolution.com $4,500 – This is a bit odd. The Whois says FFVA Mutual Insurance Company, the name of a workers’ compensation insurance company. But the email address in Whois is FFVA.com, which is that of the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association. Did someone make a typo?
CalCapital.com $3,488 – Merritt Community Capital Corporation bought this domain name. It is a loan services and equity provider for affordable housing in California.
AKT.io $3,466 – This domain was bought by Automata, a tech company in the UK that produces a robotic device called Eva, which is a portable, six-axis robotic arm.
France2050.com €3,000 – Forwards to Moocandco.com/Libvert, a website for the French Green Liberal Movement.
Boxxly.com $2,975 – Ascent Software Ltd. The company provides digital strategy definition, mathematical and commercial problem solving, enterprise software development, IoT solutions, integration and automation, AI, DevOps optimization and modernization of applications, data and platforms. It uses the domain Ascent.Software. I suspect Boxxly is a new brand or product.
CharmJewelry.com $2,500 – This site is developed into an e-commerce store that sells jewelry, watches, and other accessories wholesale from China.
Outsi.de €2,354 – Forwards to Outside.Netzpreis.eu, a German clothing and accessories retail outlet website.
Auftakt.de €2,000 – Forwards to Auftakt-medien.de, a German advertising agency focused mainly on brand development.
EFuturo.com €2,000 – Forwards to KSTools.com – A German tool manufacturer, KS TOOLS Werkzeuge – Maschinen GmbH bought this domain. It is an international supplier of tools, workshop equipment, storage systems, etc.