A rug seller, a landscaping company and an artificial intelligence company bought domain names.
There was an interesting sale at Sedo this past week: be.it.com. It.com is a new third level domain offering based on it.com. I suspect the buyer is an end user because be-group.de also sold at Sedo this week. The domains don’t resolve yet.
Here’s a list of end user domain name sales that just completed at Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here.
TrainIn.com €11,000 – TrainIn is a SaaS solution for gyms and trainers. It forwards this domain to its website on the matching .nl domain.
BusinessInsider.co.in $7,000 – Insider (aka Business Insider) acquired this domain and forwards it to insider.com.
Rugs.fr £6,500 – Rugs.fr is a site for buying rugs.
Fruitsys.com $6,000 – Fruitsys provides technology to the hospitality industry.
SyncHive.com $4,960 – SyncHive claims it allows customers to “integrate cloud and on-prem applications, power analytics, and build SyncHive-enabled apps using our revolutionary unified data platform.”
Aior.com $3,899 – AIOR is an artificial intelligence company.
Viska.de €2,990 – Viska is a brand owned by minerals company Hoyer. It forwards the domain to its website.
Devli.com €2,750 – Devli is a real estate firm.
HyperLux.com $2,699 – HyperLux Logistics is launching a third party logistics (3PL) solution.
GreenLandscaping.de €2,500 – Green Landscaping Group is a publicly traded landscape management group. It uses the domain name glgroup.se.
Mein-traumurlaub.de €2,500 – This domain translates to “my dream vacation” and forwards to the site for travel agency ATeams.
CandyCloset.com $2,385 – This domain is a huge upgrade for The Candy Closet, which uses the domain TheCandyClosetCo.com.
ThermenResorts.de €2,290 – Thermen Resorts forwards this domain to its main website at the matching .nl domain name.
Tripley.com $2,000 – Zentaur.Network GmbH acquired this domain for a site it’s branding as AAA+.
OneSC.com $2,000 – OneSC provides supply chain technology for the pharmaceutical industry.
MintX.io – Sold in early March. Now NFT marketplace.
Joe Alagna says
Did you mean Artificial “Intelligence” or Insurance in your title?
That’s an common spell check error. 🙂
Joe Alagna says
Actually, I meant “sub-title”.
Andrew Allemann says
Indeed, good catch. Thanks!