The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the last few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
Limax.com sold for $15,600 at Sedo, and it’s a hosiery company? According to Google Translate on the Chinese language website, “Lima National Holding Group Co., Ltd. is a professional commitment LIMAX brand Hosiery research, production, sales as one of the modern enterprise group, the company was founded in 1996, which lasted 18 contained ups and downs so far; the company set up under the Hong Kong Lee Ma Design Co., Ltd., Yi Wu Lima Knitting Co., Xinjiang Lima International Trade Co., Ltd. Xinjiang Shili intermediation altogether five wholly-owned subsidiaries.“
ACTN.com sold for $15,000 at Domain Holdings, and the domain appears to be an abbreviation for ‘action’, and primarily be an upgrade from Action-Resources.com. “Action is a growth-oriented, leading provider of specialized transportation and environmental services.”
BlackBuck.com sold for $15,000 at IndusDomains, and the domain is an upgrade from BlackBuckLabs.com. “Changing the way freight moves in India”
EdgeMusic.com sold for $15,000 at DomainMarket, and the domain is an upgrade from EdgeMusicNetwork.com. “Stream the latest music videos from Taylor Swift to Sam Smith. Start watching now for as little as $9.99 per month, plus earn points to unlock premium content and rewards.”
YouWish.com sold for $12,480 at IndusDomains, and the domain is an upgrade from YouWish.no. “On YouWish.no find gift certificates for adventures in Norway and Sweden. Give away an experience gift and a memory for life. Buy an experience today!“
MyHappy.com sold for $6,870 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from MyHappyDaily.com. “We’re working all hours to bring you a brand new app that will be a haven for all things happy! We’d love to go into more detail, but we’re at a delicate stage right now and don’t want to spoil the surprise.”
Teabot.com sold for $5,800 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from MyTeabot.com. The company is currently in the Y Combinator program, and got a little love with this TechCrunch article earlier this year. “A robot that makes customized tea. teaBOT makes customized cups of grab-and-go loose leaf tea. We are creating a new consumer experience where grab-and-go food meets robotics. Rather than waiting in line for an off-the-shelf product, teaBOT’s customers get a made-to-order cup at the touch of a button.”