An auctioneer of Indonesian art, a directory of Iranian lawyers, and an employee survey company bought domain names.
I’m coming to you short-handed this week. Although Sedo published 53 domain sales of $2,000 or more from the past week, very few have been developed or forwarded. And all of them have protected Whois records.
So, as of Tuesday morning, I can only determine that end users bought seven of them.
Of course, end users are likely behind the purchases of lich.com ($25,000), BMKorea.com ($15,000), and Exogenous.com ($15,000). But we’ll have to wait to confirm.
If you’re hungry for end user sales, on yesterday’s podcast Braden Pollock revealed that he sold socrates.com for $600,000. A web3 platform bought the domain.
Here are the end user sales I found on Sedo’s weekly sales list. You can view previous lists like these here.
Procognito.com $15,645 – I’m not sure who bought this, but they have moved the domain from Afternic nameservers to a hosting server, and the site is behind a password wall as it’s being built.
Moodup.com €10,000 – Moodup helps companies run employee surveys.
MixReal.com $7,500 – MixReal creates VR/AR and metaverse experiences.
IranianLaywer.com $5,010 – This is a directory of Iranian lawyers in various countries.
Global.auction $3,800 – Global Auction specializes in Indonesian fine arts.
GreenRoutine.de €2,600 – Green Routine is a health drink mix. It forwards this domain to greenroutine.nl.
SolarNow.de €2,500 – Solar Now is a solar panel installation company.
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