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.
Lumiant.com sold for $17,500 at Sedo, and the Canadian company upgraded from LumiantCorp.com. “Lumiant Corporation is at the forefront of the revolution now underway in the world of material science. At Lumiant, we are dedicated to the rapid development, production and commercialization of new materials that possess specific, preconceived, and extraordinary properties.”
MaxQ.com sold for $11,989 at Sedo, and the Arizona based company upgraded from MaxQTechnology.com. I’m not smart enough to understand what they do, as they describe themselves as, “a thermal management solutions and power electronic packaging company targeted at sustainable power conversion markets”
Bilet.net sold for $11,000 at NameJet. The term translates to “ticket” in several languages, and a Turkish-language travel site is live.
AllTicket.com sold for $10,000 at Sedo, and the Thai company named “CounterService”, which resides at CounterService.co.th, picked up an additional domain. Per a rough translation, “Online ticket sales And can back up Tickets, tickets, tickets, tickets, sports tickets at the counter service in all 7-Eleven stores and get tickets immediately.“
MileGo.com sold for $7,700 at Sedo, and the New York based start-up is described as, “a
#Free smart mobile #app! It Uses phone’s built-in #GPS to efficiently e-log the detail of a ride: mileage, expense reimbursements & tax deductions.”
Thermatec.com sold for $7,500 at Sedo, and the Russian company upgraded from their matching .ru domain. They are “a privately held solutions provider specialized in turbomachinery controls and process automation. We operate in all CIS and Baltic countries where we primarily focus on retrofitting or upgrading the controls, field instrumentation, antisurge valves and the mechanical installation of existing machines.”