An art sales and rental platform, an international remittances company, and a recruiting firm bought domain names.
Sedo’s top sale this past week was the two-character domain m2.com for £80,000. It’s not clear who bought the domain.
The marketplace had some nice brandable sales this week, including Kicky.com.
Here’s a list of end user domain name sales that just completed at Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here.
Kicky.com €20,000 – Kicky sells and rents art from local artists.
Hvar.com €15,000 – The buyer is creating a site about Hvar Island in Croatia.
Unifi.co $10,000 – Unifi helps people send international remittances.
Produze.com $5,799 – Produze helps businesses source agricultural products.
PureTalent.com $5,500 – Pure Talent is a recruiting agency in the United Arab Emirates. It forwards the .com to PureTalent.ae.
CityTower.com €5,000 – City Tower is a real estate company in the United Arab Emirates.
NextLives.com $4,999 – This domain forwards to Alife.social, a site for sharing remembrances.
Vectoring.com $4,999 – Vectoring sells the Vector Book, which is a docking station for mobile phones.
BigBudFarms.com $4,988 – Big Bud Farms is a marijuana dispensary in Arizona.
Presale.ca $3,800 – Sam Abadian, a real estate agent in Vancouver, bought this domain.
ilmeteo24.it €3,000 – Wetter.com GmbH is a weather company. This domain translates to “the weather” in Italian.
ToplineAutoParts.com $2,888 – Topline sells…you guessed it…aftermarket auto parts.
AmericanGunTrader .com $2,499 – It appears the owner is building a site for selling guns.
PuzzleGames.net $2,000 – Zygomatic is an online games company based in The Netherlands.