Thursday , August 11 2022

17 end user domain name sales (and who bought them)

A cybersecurity company, a private equity firm and a company that just raised $25 million bought domain names.

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Sedo sold the domain UI.link for $20,000 this past week. That’s the 4th most expensive .link domain sale ever published. It’s likely an end user but it’s not clear who bought it.

Here are the domains Sedo-brokered sales this past week that I could tie to end users. You can find more lists like this here.

OPS.io €15,000 – Blink is a cloud-native operations platform that allows SRE’s, DevOps and developers to manage, collaborate and automate operational tasks. It forwards this domain to BlinkOPS.com.

ArlingtonCapital.com $9,995 – Arlington Capital, a middle market private equity firm based in Washington DC, bought this domain. It currently uses ArlingtonCap.com for its website.

FraudWatch.com €8,375 – Cybersecurity company FraudWatch International bought this domain and forwards it to the longer domain FraudWatchInternational.com.

Imovel.pt €8,250 – This domain translates as property in Portuguese. The new owner has a basic website with articles about real estate. It looks like the site is still being built.

Rasgo.com €7,900 – Technology company Rasgo just raised a $25 million and bought its exact match domain to go with it. Its website is Rasgoml.com and it forwards the new domain to the old one.

Bring.ch €7,000 – Forwards to GetBring.com. Bring! Labs AG is a Swiss mobile tech company with an app for sharing shopping lists.

Integra.cloud $6,000 – Orgasoft, a German cloud software services provider, has a product called Integra ERP.

SuperArticles .com $5,373 – This company helps businesses publish articles on sites like Forbes and NBC.

OPLM.com €3,800 – The buyer is called Other Parents Like Me. I can’t find any info about it online.

DreamSupport.com $3,500 – Dream Support is an e-commerce support service.

Chateaux.fr €3,300 – This site has a “coming soon” message that says “Châteaux – Mariages – Réceptions”.

BenalbBeach.com $3,000 – This domain was bought by BenalB Group21 SL located in Benalmadena, Spain. It is a hospitality company.

HintApp.com $3,000 – Astrology app Hint, which uses the domain name hint.app, bought this domain and forwards it to the .app domain.

Namos.com €2,998 – Culturefly, a subscription box service that provides pop culture merchandise to its subscribers, bought this domain. I’m not sure what it’s for.

HortonAuctions.com $2,953 – Horton Auction & Real Estate is an auctioneer based in Alabama.

Accuratus.de €2,650 – Accuratus is a German consulting firm.

SentryMode.com  $2,220 – GTB got its start as the ad agency for Ford and now serves many clients. Sentry Mode is the name of a Tesla feature. As far as I know, Tesla doesn’t do advertising.

 

 

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