Listed below are updates to the top 10 domain sales from a year ago this week, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. Ehaber.com sold for $45,000
The domain doesn’t resolve, and the owner is under privacy protection.
2. Bitcoin.com.au sold for $35,182
The domain redirects to BuyABitcoin.com.au, and a screenshot is below. “Our vision is to further advance the concept of Bitcoins in Australia, take the complexity out of the equation and thus make Bitcoins safe and accessible for everyone.” The same company owns the developed SellABitcoin.comau, so I assume they have plans to get the platforms merged under their Bitcoin.com.au domain.
3. Meixi.com sold for $27,108
The Chinese language site appears to be a booking app for hair salons, and the site has an Alexa rank near 5 million.
4. Converted.com sold for $19,000
Converted is the name of a conference founded by the owners of Lead Pages, a company that focuses on optimizing conversions that has raised over $38 million in funding. This site is the traffic leader for the week, with an Alexa rank near 385,000.
5. Vuxen.com sold for $15,600
An acquisition by a sex toy company, “Founded in 1997. Vuxen is one of Scandinavia’s largest online sex toy retailer.” The company also owns Vuxen.se and Vuxen.fi, and uses the .com to redirect visitors to their country’s pages.
6. SignUp.net sold for $13,000
The domain is parked, but they need to get a redirect in place, as it’s owned by the company behind SignUpGenius.com. “Free website for creating online volunteer sign up sheets for your group. We tweet helpful resources for school, church, nonprofit, business & sports leaders!”
7. Tanzkurse.de sold for $11,067
The German-language site will offer visitors the ability to book dance classes in their city. The site isn’t fully functional yet.
8. We3.com sold for $10,000
A real estate technology company is in the making, “We3 is forging new ground in real estate technology with products that enable brokers, MLSs, property management and media companies to focus on the consumer experience. In 2015, We3 was spun out of BlankSlate, which owns and operates Brooklyn’s leading real estate site Brownstoner.” The site has an Alexa rank near 15 million.
9. Originell.de sold for $9,920
A German language shopping portal is live. According to Google Translate, “In Originell.de you will find gifts for every occasion and every festivity. Many of the gifts are very original and provide the recipient of enthusiasm. Those looking for unique gifts and a fascinating gift ideas discovered many new opportunities here.” The site has an Alexa rank near 9 million.
10. InnovationSpace.com sold for $9,800
The site appears to be promoting a combination of 4,500 SF of meeting space in San Diego, with access to start-up expertise. “Exclusive onsite access to top professionals including; venture capital, technology, business, marketing, legal, accounting, wealth management investment, real estate and many more…“