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September, 2009

  • 9 September

    Shopping.de sells for $2.85 million

    Some people like shopping, others don’t. Apparently German web company Unister GmbH does, however, because it just bought shopping.de for a whopping £1.72 million, or $2.85 million USD. Unister owns a number of other premium domains, including news.de and auto.de. It must have wanted shopping.de very badly, because while it …

  • 7 September

    More details about Christian.com sale emerge, .eu registry grows

    More details about the sale of Christian.com have emerged. The buyer is Boris Kreiman, the same person who bought Call.com for £675,364 ($1.1 million USD). He plans on using the name for a Christian social networking and general information site. Kreiman has also acquired several other names as of late, …

  • 7 September

    Christian.com sells for $600,000

    First there was Rosary.com for £48,388, then Jesus.net for £73,442. Now Christian.com has sold for a whopping £366,100 ($600,000 USD) in a private sale. This summer has truly been an active one for Christian domains. As you can see, the sale of Christian.com far surpasses all other previous religion domain …

  • 4 September

    More .cm domains sell at auction

    The end of the week is finally here, but that hasn’t stopped a number of premium .cm domains from selling. The top seller is freeporn.cm, which netted £8,397, or $13,700. Passion.cm also sold for $3,625 and webcams.cm for $2,585. Other notable auctions include: tube.cm- $8,700 cancer.cm- $7,200 28.cm- $6,100 web.cm- …

  • 3 September

    Allaboutbooks.com sells for $12,500 at auction

    Nothing as good as call.com has sold since yesterday, but avid readers will appreciate the sale for allaboutbooks.com for £7679, or $12,500 USD. I’m honestly surprised this name sold for so much. Allaboutbooks.com simply is not a premium domain but it sold for a premiun price. It has three words, …

  • 2 September

    Premium .cm names sell at auction for big bucks

    It hasn’t even been two months since Cameroon made its .cm domain available for public registration, but premium versions of the extension are selling like wildfire. The biggest sales so far have been Hotels.cm and Sex.cm for £50,097 ($81,000 USD) and £31,542 ($51,000 USD) respectively. Other notable sales include: taobao.cm- …

  • 1 September

    Live Current Media sells two domains for $1 million each

    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 …

August, 2009

  • 31 August

    CorporateLawyer.com nets $20,766 at auction

    Law-related domains are some of the most valuable out there, so it’s no surprise that CorporateLawyer.com just sold for $20,766 USD, or £12,797. No information about the buyer has been released, though the domain would be very useful to an end user. Other recent sales include: supervisors.com- $7100 appreciate.com- $5,044 …

  • 27 August

    World's oldest domain name sold

    Registered on March 15, 1985, Symbolics.com is the first domain name ever registered. Less than a year away from its 25th anniversary, the original owner decided to sell it to XF Investments, a domain investment company. Aron Meystedt, CEO of XF, said: We are extremely excited to own the Symbolics.com …

  • 27 August

    800.com sells for $250,000

    As part of bankrupt technology retailer Circuit City’s liquidation auction, the domain 800.com was sold for £154,254 ($250,000 USD). The auction was held on August 18 and attended not by domainers, but by end users interesting in developing the name. 800.com was formerly a failed web start-up before it was …