Live Current Media, a Canadian web commerce company, sold two domains recently for $1 million each. The first, Call.com, was purchased for £675,364 ($1.1 million USD) at auction. In addition, the firm sold the rights to and domain of its Indian cricket site, Cricket.com, for £1.07 million, or $1.75 million USD– $1 million for the name and $750,000 for the site.
The company is thought to be strapped for cash. If this is true, the sale of the domains must have brought in some much-needed revenue. In July, it sold mouse.com and keyboard.com for £76,501 ($125,000 USD) and £61,201 ($100,000 USD) respectively, a drop in the bucket compared to Cricket.com and Call.com.
Source | Domain Name Wire