A cruise discount site, an equestrian course, and an apprenticeships database bought domain names.

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A .org domain led Sedo’s weekly public domain sales list, which included a handful of five-figure domain sales.

Here’s a list of end user domain name sales that just completed at Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here. $33,000 – This will be a free, searchable database of apprenticeships. €20,000 – This will be a gambling site. $10,000 – Whois lists Samuel Younge in Florida as the buyer. Googling around, I found a connection to a company called Asclepius Rod, which links to a site called Andronics, which mentions religion. So make of that what you will. $10,000 – The domain forwards to the site for Hall Labs, a company that commercializes inventions that tackle various societal challenges. I’m not sure what this domain is for. $9,900 – Pavlus Travel bought this domain to promote discount cruises that depart in the next 90 days. €6,000 – IT services company Ambiel forwards this domain to $3,500 – Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co. bought this domain. $3,500 – The buyer is setting up a membership site for equestrians. $3,000 – A company called Brysk Inc bought this domain and is launching a site shortly.

LondonEscorts £2,999 – The buyer runs an escort site at the longer domain londonescortsimperial It forwards the shorter domain to this. $2,500 – Cloud company Stackscale bought this domain to promote its private cloud services.

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