14 more end user domain name sales – Domain Name Wire

A wireless company, lingerie seller and printing company bought domain names last month.

This week’s Sedo sales list was headlined by opensourcecms.com. It was an operating site and the buyer is some sort of dev shop, so you might be able to chart it as an end user sale, but should probably count it as a website sale. Instead of this domain, I’m going to skip to the number two sale Lumiant.com.

Lumiant.com was one of 14 end user sales I found on Sedo’s weekly sales list. Here they are:

(You can view previous lists like this here.)

Lumiant.com $17,500 – Lumiant is a materials science company.

Eyetime.com $15,000 – I’m going to chart this as an end user purchase even though I can’t find much about the buyer. It’s registered to “moonless project” with an email address ending in moonless.biz. That’s an inactive website. Still, the price suggests the buyer is an end user with plans for the domain.

MedStore .com $10,000 – The buyer is redirecting this domain to MedZstore.com.

Alley.co $6,000 – Alley Interactive is a design group in New York that uses the domain name alleyinteractive.com.

Reiko.com $5,601 – Reiko Wireless Inc. in New York.

Exosomes.com $5,500 – Kimera Labs, which develops exosome products. Exosomes, according to Wikipeida, “are cell-derived vesicles that are present in many and perhaps all eukaryotic fluids, including blood, urine, and cultured medium of cell cultures”.

Alley.co $6,000 – Alley Interactive is a design group in New York that uses the domain name alleyinteractive.com.

Pledge.tv $4,999 – Online fundraising system Click & Pledge

BudgetHousing.com $4,995 – A company in India called DBS Affordable Home Strategy Ltd.

Kvest.com $4,850 – I’m not sure what research and design firm EarsAndEyes wants to do with this domain.

MyBusinessPhone.com $3,877 – LocalPhone Ltd, a phone service specializing in inexpensive international calling.

Lace.uk £2,995 – Denmark lingerie maker Lace.

Anytron.com $2,500 – BiTek technology appears to be in the printing business. It has a die-cutting system that it promotes at anytron.net.

Massk .com $2,200 – A company called BizVelop is creating a product called Massk that is a cosmetic mask…for your butt.

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