Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. Wave.com sold for $420,000
This domain was an upgrade from SendWave.com for the payments company based in New York which was established back in 2014. “Instant, no fee transfers from the US, UK, and Canada to Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Ghana with the best rates.” The site doesn’t have an Alexa rank.
2. GodOfIsrael.com sold for $24,888
The same buyer picked up TheGodOfIsrael.com for $6,000, which is what they’re using for their website which they describe as, “Information on the holy LORD God and His son the risen Lord Jesus Christ (Adonai Yehoshua HaMoshiach)”
3. Slither.com sold for $22,600
The domain is parked and under privacy protection.
4. Santa.org sold for $13,500
The domain was picked up by the individual behind the TextsFromSanta.com website, which has nearly 150,000 followers on Facebook. Santa.org appears like it was set up to be a feeder to the texts site.
5. SalesManagementSoftware.com sold for $12,377
An under construction page is live. It’s owned by TriStar, a company that has sales management solutions, and owns 750+ domains.
6. TimeShares.ca sold for $11,800
An under construction lander is live, and per Whois, it’s owned by an entity named “CANADIAN TIMESHARES LTD”.
7. GreenVita.com sold for $11,300
This appears to be a restaurant in Barcelona that is striving to become more than just a restaurant. They say in part, “WE ARE NOT A RESTAURANT. Or a school, a group, a philosophy, or a religion. We want to do our part to contribute to a healthier, more balanced and natural diet.”
8. 4U.de sold for $11,187
This was an upgrade from Coupons4u.de, which is where their acquisition is redirected. Per Google Translate, “We are one of the first gift portals in Germany since 2004. At coupons4u.de we only accept voucher codes tested by our editorial team. In addition, you will find serious profit games with no data trafficking and exciting free actions of well-known brands.“
9. EventIndustryNews.com sold for $9,000
This domain was an upgrade from the .co.uk, and you’ll find exactly what you would expect at the site. “Event Industry News (EIN) is an online event magazine that provides the latest news to the event industry.” It’s the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 700,000.
10. Equals.net sold for $8,800
The folks behind the developed Equals.org picked up the .net, and they also control the .com. “EQUALS is a ground-breaking global initiative delivered by a committed partnership of corporate leaders, governments, non-profit organizations, communities and individuals around the world working together to bridge the digital gender divide – by bringing women to tech, and tech to women.”