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.
Gamble.io sold for $10,000 at Sedo, and not surprisingly, a gambling lead-gen site is live. The twist is that they’re referring to gambling sites that accept bitcoin & cryptocurrency.
CoinTime.com sold for $5,000 at Sedo, and a Korean language cryptocurrency news site is live. They have intentions of translating the site to other languages, but those links aren’t live yet.
MadeInTheStates.com sold for $5,000 at Sedo, and the domain forwards to the similar StateSideProject.com. “Stateside is a line of elevated American basics influenced by the evolution of the classic T-Shirt. All garments are designed and produced in Los Angeles from the finest American fabrics.“
TokenRing.com sold for $2,899 at Sedo, and the domain redirects to Tokenize.com. They discuss their product as, “One ring to access everything. Token is your password, house key, credit card, car key, access badge and transit card.” “Tokenize develops Token, a biometric-based wearable ring that can make payments, power up a computer, and part doors. The ring is integrated with MasterCard, Microsoft, Visa, HID, FitPay and the FIDO Alliance.” The company received $1.5 million in funding earlier this year.
Nerdvana.com sold for $2,600 at NameJet, and the domain was an upgrade from NerdvanaStore.com, which is where the purchase is redirected. They describe themselves as, “your one stop geek shop in Jackson, TN. We deal in video games, comic books, card games, board games, and electronics.”
Improb.com sold for $2,600 at NameJet, and a new men’s magazine is in the works. “Improb is a Lifestyle Magazine that caters to Men. Here we cover the hottest gear releases, latest news, coolest gadgets, aesthetic architecture, vehicles and style. In the ever-forward moving world of trends, our team is pushing the limits to stay at the forefront for our readers.”