What a waste of money
TripleCherry.com had dropped 3 times before 2003. It was used for a casino website in the early days of the net. In 2003 it was registered by Triple Cherry Enterprises out of San Diego. It does not look like there was anything on the website using Archive.org.
In 2011 the domain was acquired by Mike Mann and his DomainMarket.com.
In 2017 he sold the name for $19,888. When I hear the name I think of slot machines. Triple cherries across.
There is a company out of Valencia, Spain that uses the name Triple Cherry. They do design and develope slot machines and other casino games.
ABOUT TRIPLE CHERRY
15 years of experience in casino game development
Founded in 2018 by a group of industry veterans, our team has a proven track record of casino game development in Europe and America.
We live and inspire casino slots, all our games have a unique story of how they came to be.
Our growing band of software developers, mathematicians, graphic designers, gambling experts, audio engineers and account managers are entirely dedicated to continuously improving the gaming experience.
If our customers are successful then we are successful. That is why we take a vested interest in your online casino business and we are dedicated to giving you the best customer experience available in the industry.
They use the name 3Cherry.com
Back to triplecherry.com, it looks like the buyer did nothing with the name. There is no history on archive.org since the sale. It just went under privacy sat on a landing page and expired.
What a waste.
The domain went for $2,900 on Friday, if it was a domain investor, I would imagine they have their sights set on the Spanish slots developer.