The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
Nukk.com sold for $11,000 at Uniregistry, and domain is an abbreviation for the company named Nukkleus. “Nukkleus Inc. (OTC: NUKK) is a financial technology company which is focused on providing software and technology solutions for the worldwide retail foreign exchange (“FX”) trading industry. “
DoorSlammers.com sold for $10,000 at Uniregistry, and a game site is live, “Our mission is to provide you with a great gaming experience while playing Door Slammers Drag Racing and our newest game, Door Slammers 2.”
BlueIguana.com sold for $10,000 at Uniregistry, and the buyer operates four bricks & mortar car washes in the midwest, and previously called IguanaWash.com home.
MMail.com sold for $7,877 at NameJet, and the company offers personalized email addresses. In the screenshot below, you can see they’re branding themselves as MeMail, and not MMail, and they have an identical site live at MeMail.com. “MeMail is an email service that offers hundreds of personalized email address options to choose from—helping you express who you are and where you’re going.”
Invetus.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the domain was needed as part of the establishment of a new company. “Invetus was formed in 2016 through the merger of three companies from across Australia and New Zealand to become the largest veterinary contract research organisation in Australasia”
YallaMotors.com sold for $2,188 at Sedo, and the owners picked up the plural for their developed singular – YallaMotor.com. “YallaMotor.com is an automobile portal for the Middle East where you can find the latest new cars, used cars, car prices, car reviews and auto businesses.”