Five days ago I wrote about Fibr.com selling for $75,000.
The domain was sold by Leo Angelo’s Domaincracy.com. According to Namebio it’s the third time it changed hands in 3 years.
The domain name was last purchased for just $3,800 at NamesCon Europe 2019. Leo ran ads on Google for the name.
He commented, “I ran Google ads marketing campaigns targeting fiber-related industries: textiles, nutrition, and fiber optics/communications/5g, and proposing that “fibr” is the common denominator of both the English spellings fiber and fibre, as well as of fibra, the Romance languages word.”
That redirect looks to have been an anomaly. The buyer is from the U.K.
The name now has a website up dealing with Finance providing cash flow for businesses.
Turns out the name is now owned by a British firm called Lendflo. FIBR is a trading name of Lendflo Limited registered