Maker of a futuristic dryer among 14 end user domain buyers

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A company that makes a vacuum-powered clothing dryer and 13 other companies bought domains at Sedo this past week.

The company that makes this futuristic clothing dryer bought Morus.com. Photo from Morus Technology.

There were some notable non-com sales this week. Movies.net sold for $45,000 to a company that has purchased other .nets, and I’m not prepared to call it an end user yet. Reality.app sold for $24,000, but it’s not clear who the buyer is yet.

But many other sales can be directly tied to end users that will develop the domains. Here’s a list of some of the end user domain name sales from the past week. (You can review previous end user sales lists here.)

Mond.com €16,300 – Mond Oslo AS, a company in Norway.

Morus.com $12,000 – Morus is a patented clothing dryer that uses vacuum technology. It’s very tiny and says it dries clothes fast. It looks cool! The domain forwards to MorusTech.com.

Creati.ng €8,256 – Buy Me a Coffee, the company that bought Brew.com from Michael Cyger, bought this domain hack. They help creators monetize.

SaveLive.com $5,500 – FactoryMade Ventures LLC bought the domain. It appears to be a company and product incubator.

PSTLV.com €4,500 – PlayStudios International Israel bought this domain. According to its LinkedIn page, the company is in the field of social gaming, established by entrepreneurs with expertise in the fields of gaming, graphic engines and online social interaction.

Pluggy.com €4,449 – Pluggy is a cable with both USB Type C and A inputs.

NationalOpinion.com $3,988 – Halo Venture Partners, a venture investment company focused on digital media, advertising and media-related technology companies, bought the domain. It might be for a portfolio company.

EquityList.com $2,999 – EquityList helps Indian companies manage cap tables and equity grants.

EasyVersichert.de €2,500 – The domain name forwards to GeorgSoller.de, a website for a German insurance provider. Versichert means “insured” in German.

PeepClub .com $2,500 – This domain is used for something completely different than I thought. Peep Club is an eye care company.

Media7.com $2,500 – Media 7 runs many digital networks and communities for business topics.

Monitor.uk $2,000 – Monitor Computer Systems forwards this domain to MonitorSoft.com. It provides alarm monitoring services.

AINova.com $2,000 – This website is still in development but has a message posted: “AiNOVA, we care about Ai Talent…Interested in our project contact us at…”

QLabels.com $2,000 – The buyer is creating a Shopify store.

 

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