A gin distiller, a sneaker company, and a couple of solar power companies bought domain names.

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Sedo’s top sale this past week was It doesn’t resolve yet, and I’m unsure who bought it.

Here’s a list of end user domain name sales that just completed at Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here. $18,000 – FCTRY Lab, a sneaker company in LA, must have realized its domain ( fails the radio test. $12,980 – Renais Gin forwards this domain to the matching domain. $8,888 – Evermax is an electronics manufacturer. It forwards this domain to €8,000 – InvestorIntel Corp, a financial media company, acquired this domain. $7,900 – GC Services, a business process outsourcing business, bought this domain name. It recently filed an intent-to-use trademark application for Intelogix for a customer service platform. $7,495 – Hireline helps companies find job candidates through programmatic advertising. €5,000 – This is a much shorter domain than what it forwards to: A smart purchase. $4,999 – PushBlack is a non-profit media organization for black audiences. $3,900 – Thompson Truck Group in Nashville bought this domain. $3,799 – This is a solar power company in Brazil. $3,000 – This domain forwards to the matching domain, which is currently under development. $2,999 – Grant Equipment Company is a heavy equipment company in Cuba City, WI. $2,699 – Wonder Watt offers a solar power optimization system. €2,000 – P10Y provides software to help software developers.





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