Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): Israel.tv, CryptoJournal.com, More

Feb 10 2018

The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.

Israel.tv sold for $15,000 in a private sale. The owner is under privacy protection, but they’re building out a site with over 100 channels of Israeli live TV, radio, recordings and a DVD library.

Israel tv

VivoLife.com sold for $8,000 at Sedo, and the domain appears to be an upgrade from VivoLife.co.uk for the health food / supplement website. “Here at Vivo we don’t believe that being healthy should be confusing, expensive or complicated.” “If you’re looking for 100% natural, plant based health products that you can really trust, we’ve got your back.”

VivoLife

ValleyHospice.com sold for $4,570 at Sedo, and the domain was picked up by Valley Health System, which operates on ValleyHealth.com. They’ve created a stand-alone site at ValleyHospice.com for their facility in northern New Jersey. Confusingly, there is an unaffiliated hospice facility in Ohio that operates on ValleyHospice.org.

Valleyhospice

 

ZappingTV.com sold for $4,046 at Sedo, and a new TV cable operator is getting started, based in Santiago, Chile. Take the TV with you. Zapping TV is the first cable operator 100% online in Latin America where you can enjoy various linear TV channels through your cell phone, computer and TV.” “The new experience of watching television. 100% streaming. The future of TV is in your hands. Literally. They appear to also control ZappingTV.cl, and use a Zapping.live email address.

Zappingtv

Dadmin.com sold for $3,000 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from DadminStore.com and DadminStore.co.uk. The company produces a range of products branded around dads, “Dadmin Celebrates all the jobs Dads do with a range of stylish products and gifts so you can do your Dadmin with pride!”

Dadmin

CryptoJournal.com sold for $2,499 at Sedo. They started an informational site, but appear to have already lost interest or gotten distracted……their headline still talks about Bitcoin nearing $20k in price, and their most recent article is from a month ago.

Cryptojournal

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