Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. Quick.com sold for $299,000
The domain is parked, and owned by an individual in China.
2. Strawberry.com sold for $160,000
The site promotes a new swimwear line, but there isn’t much live on the site yet, and the shopping functionality isn’t working. Per the site, “Strawberry provied you the best swimwear at amazing prize and designes, we are welcomes you to our website you can just order it and we will dispatch it to you, there is a lots of color and size you can choose from a big collection of swimwear.” (their typos, not mine)
3. LVN.com sold for $56,000
The domain forwards to Leverton.ai (they also control Leverton.de), a company which says it “develops and applies disruptive deep learning technologies to extract, structure and manage data from corporate documents in more than 20 languages.”
4. LFN.com sold for $49,000
5. AZT.com sold for $31,500
6. Icom.com sold for $27,555
Each of the three domains above is either parked or doesn’t resolve.
7. ITJobs.in sold for $26,100
8. QTO.com sold for $23,508
Per Whois, the domain is owned by a ‘Cat Networks’ of Terra Haute, Indiana, but you can see a screenshot of the Chinese language site below. Per Google Translate, the site promotes a “speed gaming experience”. The site is the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 2 million.
9. LeMans.com sold for $20,000
A for-sale lander is live, and it’s owned by UltraDomains.com, per Whois.
10. RUOZ.com sold for $11,200
A German language site is live promoting the “ruoz group”, even though at first glance it looks like it’s promoting a bunch of new gTLDs. Per Google Translate, “The ruoz group introduces itself. We offer a comprehensive range of possibilities to strengthen you and your company sustainably.“
10. Slots.gr sold for $11,200
Domain is parked.