A web3 company, a 3D imaging business and a lead generation company bought domain names.
Sedo sold a couple of nice five figure domains this past week including payments.co for $45,000 and direct-flights.com for $35,000. The latter is in use but appears to be the same site as before, so it might have been a website sale.
Here’s a list of end user domain name sales that just completed at Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here.
PrizePlay.com $15,000 – HC Advisors Pty Ltd/Raffle.com.au, a fundraising company that frequently buys domains at Sedo, picked up this domain.
360.shop €10,000 – Agencia is a 3D imaging company. One of its products is called 360 Car.
LetsExchange.com $6,000 – LetsExchange is a cryptocurrency trading platform.
HappyLoop.com $5,500 – I’m not sure what the buyer is setting up, but they have a login page and a cool logo.
a2b.com.br $5,000 – A2B Group provides E-commerce, wholesale and internationalization solutions in Brazil.
TalentFactory.de €4,500- Talent Factory provides remote team and employee services in Europe.
Calls.io €4,250 – Calls is a lead generation service that drives customer calls.
360.homes €4,000 – Agencia, the 3D imaging company mentioned above, forwards this domain to its Panoclould VR service for home imaging.
Venom.network $3,379 – Venom is a web3 business.
NoDownPayments.com $3,050 – Otto Insurance bought another domain.
Mindlovers.com $2,200 – MindLovers offers philosophy books. It forwards this domain to its matching .de domain.
CoffeeFilter.com $2,000 – The buyer is creating a review site for coffee. I like this domain. Not only is it a part of a coffee machine, but the term “filter” can have a double meaning as filtering through which coffee products/services are best for you.
Imperiall.com $2,000 – Imperial Building Maintenance forwards this domain to its site at imperialbmne.com.