Cisco bought a new domain for a product launch, plus other domain purchases.Uniregistry release its top 20 sales for the last two weeks combined, and it had some nice domains. The most notable buyer is Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO), but it wasn’t the most expensive domain on the list. Here’s what I dug up:
1. companionpet.com $25,000 – Someone using Google Registrar bought the domain. I suspect it’s an end user.
2. phoneparts.com $25,000 – Whois privacy.
3. xtag.com $23,000 – Pixeline Technologies is an Israeli firm that provides a conference technology called Xtag.
4. ventured.com $20,000 – The buyer is setting up a WordPress site.
5. poas.com $20,000 – The buyer might be in the UK.
6. b2bsales.com $16,500 – The domain forwards to GetReqs.com, a technology for recruiters.
7. uterineprolapse.com $16,000 – Someone in Missouri bought this domain.
8. spartacus.net $12,000 – Whois privacy
9. kosmetics.com $10,000 – The domain is forwarding to TheBomb.com, which is coming soon.
10. nonchalant.com $10,000 – Channing and Company, a branding and design company, bought this domain.
11. bitradio.com $10,000 – This was a wise purchase for the free radio service that uses the domain bitrad.io.
12. invinity.com $10,000 – Someone in California bought this domain.
13. siliconone.com $9,600 – Cisco bought this for Silicone One, the brand name of its new silicon.
14. ngine.com $8,325 – It appears the buyer is ecommerce company Ngine, which uses the domain Ngine.se.
15. sporttravel.com $8,050 – The domain has a coming soon page that says you will be able to book sports travel packages.
16. nysu.com $8,000 – E Commerce Ventures Inc in Wyoming
17. uncommon.org $7,750 – Someone in New York bought this domain
18. zonesafe.com $7,600 – The domain forwards to ZoneSafe.net, a company that offers proximity warnings to prevent human/machine collisions.
19. metaphores.com $5,500 – French intellectual property attorneys Scan Advocats. It likely bought this for a client.
20. butterflywing.com $5,000 – Someone in British Columbia.