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.
Chaos.com sold for a whopping $350,000 at HQBrokerage. What a fantastic domain. The domain sold to Chaos Software. The company has offices in Bulgaria, California, South Korea and Tokyo and they “create the technology that helps artists and designers create photoreal imagery and animation for design, television, and feature films.”
Drinkly.com sold for $3,450 at Sedo. It’s a perfect name for the Scottish company that offers one hour chilled alcohol delivery to central Edinburg and Glasgow. One customer says “Great service and nice beers – My husband almost cried with joy when I sent some beers when I was away for a week.” I’m not sure why he couldn’t buy beer for himself at the store, but at least he got his beverages.
WhyBrand.com sold for $7,725 via Uniregistry. This name comes from a reader who mentioned the sale to me via the DSAD contact page. Thanks for the submission and nice sale! The domain sold to a German brand management and consulting company who decided to upgrade their name from the ccTLD WhyBrand.de.
StarsAndStripes.org sold for $15,000 at DomainMarket. The domain redirects to one of the longest sub-domains in history at starsandstripesteamusa.americascup.com. I guess they realized the needed something shorter than that if anyone was going to remember their domain. The next America’s Cup is only two years away!
MyMoov.com sold for $7,910 on Sedo. The domain went to a Brazilian travel company named Mobility located in Sao Paulo. The company allows you to compare prices across car rental companies, and they also facilitate rentals of luxury cars, motorbikes and motor homes.