Today we are looking at the brandable sales that took place on Sedo this past week. We also found some recent regs of Michael Krell from BrandBucket.
VeCom.com was sold for 6,800 Euros, registered in 1997, this domain has been around the world. It was owned by a Brazilian company for many years, they were called VeCom Net and operated on the .com.br. Then a few years back the domain went to South Korea, and that registrant looks to be the seller of the domain. The new registrant is Chinese. The com.com can be tricky depending on the pronunciation.
DryTown.com registered since 1999. The registrant looked to have owned it for many years, under a corporate name, then his own name, then privacy and then back to his own name. The domain sold for 5,000 Euros. Still under Sedo whois, will be interesting to see who becomes the new mayor of Dry Town.
Gcup.com was owned by NTK computer out of Taiwan back in 2000. Interestingly DomainTools.com does not show a drop but it looks like it must have as they have a creation date showing of 2002, the whois history begs to differ. A domainer out of Ireland sold the domain for $2,500 (seems on the low side). Sedo whois currently, will the buyer be Google ? Maybe they want to sell cups. (I kid). It could always be a new Bra designer.
coolchina.com 7,000 USD
vecom.com 6,000 EUR
drytown.com 5,000 EUR
7down.com 4,000 USD
crefe.com 3,900 EUR
evoprint.com 3,900 EUR
sexpack.com 3,500 EUR
crystalluxury.com 3,000 USD
aquasis.com 3,000 USD
gcup.com 2,500 USD
ocient.com 2,000 USD
porndroid.com 2,000 USD
In other brandable news I did come across some new registrations, look to be backorders by Michael Krell.
Seems Michael picked up a few names where you add an extra repeating letter in the way of Fiverr. I regged one a while back Gopherr.com but that was for a project, I got another name that fit better so I am now sitting with Gopherr.com. I did submit it to BrandBucket and it was approved.
Here are Michael’s recent regs: