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End user domain name sales up to €135,000 – Domain Name Wire | Domain Name News

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An NFT analytics platform, a vacation rental home agency, and a laser hair removal business bought domain names.

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Sedo’s top public sale this past week was for €135,000. That’s the second-highest .co sale ever reported, according to NameBio! The domain hasn’t been put to use yet, but the buyer uses Com Laude, a brand management registrar.

Here’s a list of end user domain name sales that were just completed at Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here. €135,000 – A Com Laude client bought this domain name. $12,000 – Software technology company Neo4j Sweden AB bought this domain. It uses the domain $7,700 – Lucky Trader will be an analytics platform for NFTs. $4,950 – HighStrike is a trading school for stock traders. $4,888 – OOO S-Marketing, a Russian marketing and advertising agency, acquired this domain.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. €4,165 – This is a vacation rental home company in Europe. The term appears to be German for “vacation home”. $4,000 – Stratford Management is an apartment community management company. This is presumably for one of the properties it manages. $4,000 – The domain forwards to, a company offering laser hair removal. $3,995 – BD is short for Business Development. helps lawyers win more business. €3,500 – Villa Antica is a Prosecco brand. $3,500 – Pack Leader Dogs, a certified dog behavior expert and trainer, bought this domain name. €2,500 – This site will be a hotel booking site. It has a coming soon page. $2,500 – Diver Below is a resource site for scuba divers. $2,065 – Smithfield Foods, a seller of meats including bacon and hot dogs, bought this domain.

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