The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the last few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
Vigia.com sold for $25,000 at Sedo, and the owner is COLVEN S.A. Vigia is a brand name of one of Argentina-based Colven’s line of industrial & automotive products.
Capsule.it sold for $21,472 at Nidoma, and the site is developed into a Nespresso-related site, “Capsule.it satisfies even the most demanding, guaranteeing coffee pods and capsules compatible with Nespresso system.”
Cyclists.com sold for $12,100 at NameJet, and the owner is domainer/developer Marcus Cent. “We’re busy building an app to help make cycling more fun. Whatever flavour of cycling you’re into, we want you to help you connect with like-minded riders in your area, wherever and whenever you want.”
SexVR.com sold for $10,200 at NameJet, and the owner is under privacy protection. You can see the screenshot below, but the site is NSFW.
FutureFestival.com sold for $7,500 at Sedo, and the buyer is trend spotting firm TrendHunter.com. “With 60,000,000 monthly views, TrendHunter.com is the world’s largest, most popular trend community.” With their new acquisition, they’re planning an event, “Trend Hunter’s Future Festival is an exclusive event where the world’s top innovators prototype their future.“
Schnelle.com sold for $5,499 at Sedo, and the owner is Schnelle und Co. EBI GmbH. The company is named Schnelle & Company, but has historically resided online at Baubedarf-ebi.de. I suspect that will be changing in the future. The Germany-based company is involved with construction supplies.