A metaverse design company, a travel unicorn and an office supply business bought domain names.
Sedo had some good end user domain sales this week. You don’t often see a hyphenated domain name sell for five figures, and you’ll be even more surprised when you see what hyphenated domain sold this week.
Here’s a list of end user domain name sales that just completed at Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here.
Topp.com €47,500 – Topp Holdings GmbH owns a number of businesses in the business services, testing, and renewables industries.
Trave.com $38,000 – Travel company PT Traveloka Indonesia, valued at Unicorn level, bought this short version of its name.
O-Office.com €25,000 – Otto Office is an office supply company. It forwards this domain to otto-office.com.
Komes.com $25,000 – Al Mol Technology SAS runs an ecommerce platform at Komes.am.
CKSG.com $10,000 – CheckSig S.R.L., an Italian bitcoin company, bought this shorthand version of its name.
SilverXMining.com $6,500 – Silver X Mining Corp is a publicly-traded company in Canada that uses the domain silverx-mining.com.
SeitenWerk.com €5,500 – Seiten Werk is a website builder and optimizer. It uses the hyphenated version of this domain, seiten-werk.com.
Ntico.com $4,900 – NTico Technology is a French IT shop. It uses the domain ntico-technology.com.
2050.de €4,284 – A Mark Monitor client bought this domain.
OnlyHands.com $3,995 – Nazarian Plastic Surgery in California bought this domain. Perhaps it’s for a site about making your hands look better.
LGL.io €2,999 – Looking Glass Labs bills itself as the “digital agency for the metaverse.”
PYE.net €2,500 – PYE is a cryptocurrency business.
Fauve.com £2,250 – Fauve is a headhunting/recruiting firm that uses the domain Fauve.ca.