Harley-Davidson among end user buyers at GoDaddy.
GoDaddy has published a selection of its top sales from February, led by Ava.com for $792,000. Some other interesting sales include Harley-Davidson buying a domain for its electric motorcycle line, a guy named Terry spending six figures on his first name, and a .co selling for $55,500.
Here’s the list.
Ava.com $792,000 – The company that bought Ava.com is currently in stealth mode. Its landing page says it’s “arriving on planet earth” in January 2022. It also says, “Thousands of hours of design and engineering lead to our upcoming product unveil. We could not be more excited to share it with you soon.” This could refer to both a physical or intangible product. We’ll have to wait until next year to find out.
LiveWire.com $632,500 – Harley-Davidson Motor Company bought this domain for its LiveWire electric motorcycle brand launched in 2019.
Monero.com $316,250 – This domain has a private Whois record and does not resolve to a website yet.
Unchained.com $174,999 – Unchained Capital is a bitcoin-based financial company. It forwards this domain to Unchained-Capital.com.
Verano.com $115,000 – Verano is a cannabis company with retail locations in 11 states.
Terry.com $114,000 – A guy named Terry forked out six figures to buy his first name. The site explains his software development expertise and his connection to cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency has been a major driver of the domain market this year.
Aquilius.com $102,000 – This domain has a private Whois record and resolves to a 404 error.
StarFire.com $96,000 – Coolants Plus owns the StarFire brand of engine oils. It forwards this domain to StarFire1.com. It certainly needed to upgrade its domain.
Ubeauty.com $96,000 – U Beauty is a cosmetics company.
Alex.net $85,000 – This domain has a private Whois record and does not resolve.
ElectricWorld.com $80,000 – Camping World bought this domain for a new business. A teaser page says, “The electrification of recreation Coming Summer 2021”.
Scraping.com $75,000 – This domain has a private Whois record and resolves to a parked page.
GIC.com $69,002 – Grace Instrument is a manufacturer of analytical instruments.
HappyTiger.com $68,000 – This domain is registered to Christensen Anders in Denmark. It resolves to a parked page.
Bright.cn $66,000 – This domain resolves to a page saying it’s for sale.
PatientsRights.org $59,888 – PatientRightsAdvocate.org is a non-profit that advocates for pricing transparency in health care. Looks like a great mission. It forwards this shorter domain to the longer domain that’s its namesake.
100.co $55,500 – 100.co is a consumer packaged goods company that says it uses artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data to predict product needs and market fit, reduce risk, and influence product attributes.
Tau.net $55,000 – This domain has a private Whois record and resolves to a parked page.
Arula.com $54,000 – Arula is a mid and plus-size clothing company that rebranded from A’Beautiful Soul.
CallCesar.com $50,000 – This site is registered to LeadHub and promotes Cesar Ornelas Law, a personal injury firm.