Update on Top 10 Sales from a Year Ago: Wine.Club, YouCash.com, CoolPoints.com, More

Jun 05 2016

Listed below are updates to the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.

1. Wine.Club sold for $140,000

Now with a BIN of $349,977, the domain is parked and under privacy protection, although the DN Journal post last year said the domain was initially transferred to Houghton Richards, an Australian domain brokerage firm.

2. Pro.flowers sold for $50,000

This domain was picked up by global floral company FTD, which holds a trademark on ProFlowers, but no site resolves here.

3. NKB.com sold for $31,000

The domain is parked, and owned by an individual in China.

4. FOYR.com sold for $30,495

Based in Hyderabad, India, “Foyr is your online interior designer! A one-stop destination for all your interior design needs, peppered with the wonders of technological innovation.” Alexa rank near 500,000.

5. Tires.ae sold for $25,425

The .ae extension is the ccTLD for the United Arab Emirates, and this website’s title tag simply describes the site as “Tires in Dubai”. Alexa rank near 23 million.


6. Vinous.com sold for $25,000

Traffic leader for the week, with an Alexa rank near 250,000. This domain is an upgrade from VinousMedia.com, and they describe themselves as, “At the intersection of media and technology, Vinous is Antonio Galloni’s vision of a modern-day wine publication.

7. VTY.com sold for $22,000

The doman is parked and currently shows as in transfer at Sedo.

8. Dami.net sold for $20,340

The Chinese language site appears (?) to be an eCommerce site focused on smart phones and related products.


9. YouCash.com sold for $19,000

A Chinese language finance-related site is live, with the website title translating as follows, “Post consumer finance company official website“. Alexa rank near 3.2 million.


10. CoolPoints.com sold for $18,000

It says a new app is launching on 6/15/16. “CoolPoints is a new category of social app designed to be less about me and more about you. It goes beyond likes and followers and promotes encouragement—a pure form of social currency where users acknowledge those stand-out actions, achievements and kindness of others by giving them points.”


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