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Domain Movers: Von.com, Upgrade.com + More

Welcome to the latest Domain Movers where DotWeekly focuses on corporate domain name transactions and reports the early findings to you! These transactions often lead to new brands, products, services, advertising efforts and more by companies.

The following are movements detected over the past 24 hours!

Mattel-Mega Holdings US, LLC has acquired ScribbleStuff.com from HugeDomains. The domain held a $1,995 purchase price and has been registered since 2013.

Prologis of Denver, Colorado has acquired LastTouch.com at domain name aftermarket service … Read the rest

Domain Movers: Von.com, Upgrade.com + More
Jamie Zoch

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Domain Movers: Carrot.com, Axon.com + More

Welcome to Domain Movers, where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports the findings to you.

The following are movements detected over the past 24 hours. In today’s movers we see at least 4 brands being backed by the best, make sense .com EMD’s (exact match domains), which are all 4 letters or less:

Anheuser-Busch InBev SA has acquired DrinkMaker.com and DrinkMakers.com. Both domain names were owned by Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. prior. Anheuser put the … Read the rest

Domain Movers: Carrot.com, Axon.com + More
Jamie Zoch

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Domain Movers: Folders.com, Bags.com + More

Short list of Domain Movers today but several great domains in it!

Central Technology Services has acquired MortgageCentral.com out of GoDaddy’s NameFind domain name portfolio. The company owns about 260 domain names.

Oath.com has likely been acquired now by AOL, using The Treadstone Group Inc. who is a known corporate domain name buying service and who appears in whois records now for Oath.com. After reporting early yesterday that AOL had publicly mentioned the new Oath brand and did not secure … Read the rest

Domain Movers: Folders.com, Bags.com + More
Jamie Zoch

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DomainFest will be part of NamesCon 2015 in Las Vegas

A change on the Namescon Agenda lead The Domains to ask if NamesCon had bought out domainFEST – well, here’s the official press Release and reply. DomainFest becomes the first day of the conference geared towards newcomers. If you read the text on the updated DomainFest website, it appears that there’s a plan to carry […]
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