A training company, a small businss app maker, and an IT consultant bought domain names.
Sedo’s top public sale this past week was RCV.com for $53,000. The Whois changed into a domain broker’s account before going private, so it’s possible that an end user funded the transaction.
Here’s a list of end user domain name sales that were recently completed at Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here.
Tourist.de €32,000 – Rotella Management Ltd is creating a new site on this domain.
CKH.org $12,500 – Flippen Group, a training company, offers a training program for educators called Capturing Kids Hearts (CKH).
Dialed.com $10,500 – Dialed gives microbusinesses a business phone number with contact management and marketing capabilities combined in one app.
MEF.fr €5,250 – The domain forwards to edouardfrancois.com, a site for an architecture/design firm that goes by MEF.
SpecialFriends .com £5,000 – Yeah, it’s a sugar daddy site.
Serd.com €2,613 – Fusion Supply SRL is a company in Romania, and DNB shows that it’s in the drug manufacturing business. Serd can be short for a type of drug called a selective estrogen receptor degrader.
Heuf.com $2,600 – Heuf is a water filtration and drinking water management company. It forwards the domain to its site at Heuf.eu.
TrulyMint.com $2,399 – It’s not clear who the end user is, but the buyer has put up a coming soon countdown clock.
Uplix.com €2,350 – WizzMedia is a French web design shop. It appears to be developing Uplix as a new SEO agency.
Pitera.com $2,350 – Piotr Pitera, an IT consultant named Piotr Pitera in Chicago, bought his last name and forwards it to PiotrPitera.com. I wish I could buy my last name for this price!
GandhiFoods.com $2,200 – Gandhi Foods started in the appliances business and then expanded to foods, specifically Indian food products. It forwards the domain to GandhiFood.com.