A German telecom company, scientific staffing company and a group that creates museum exhibits bought domain names.
Sedo’s top public sale this past week was FreeEnglish.com. It also had a .mobi sale. Yes, a .mobi: BTC.mobi sold for $4,995. But neither of these are easily identifiable as end user sales yet, so they don’t make the chart.
As for the end user purchases I could undover, here’s the list. You can view previous lists like this here.
Cuboid.com €10,115 – DPG Deutsche Parken GmbH is a real estate firm in Germany. Maybe Cuboid is a modular housing brand?
Portable.tv $9,999 – This domain name might have been purchased by the Russian propaganda arm RT America. It forwards to the group’s YouTube page.
Bomia.com$9,995 – Bo & Mia is a German telecommunications service provider that uses the domain bo-mia.com. The hyphenless domain forwards to the hyphenated one.
AdvancedInstruments.com $7,995 – Advanced Instruments makes biotech equipment. It uses the domain AIcompanies.com.
Dentinet.com $7,700 – Dental website company Denti.net bought the domain and forwards it to its domain hack .net domain.
Versorgt.de €5,007 – This term translates to “provided” and the domain currently forwards to Priority.de – a German startup consulting firm, Priority AG.
Biofond.com $4,900 – MouseHouse is an advertising firm in the Czech Repubic. This could be for a client.
Scientists.org $4,000 – AmeriCareers guides people through their post-graduate education and then to jobs in science.
BoxFort.com $3,000 – 5 Wits Productions changed its name to Box Fort. It designs cool intallations for museums and amusement parks.
Genom.de €2,350 – This bio-related term is now forwarding to Bundesgesundheitsministerium.de, the Germany Ministry of Health.
Autocartel.com €2,272 – Autocartel is a car photography business based in Texas.
Kumhwa.com $2,000 – Kumhwa.co., Ltd is a construction materials company.