Who bought what? End user domain name purchases

Domain Name > Who bought what? End user domain name purchases

End user buyers include Fluor, which has a $6 billion market cap.

Sedo handled 588 domain name transactions last week for a total of $1 million. A number of these domain names were purchased by end users, including the pricey acquisition of

Among other notable buyers, Engineering company Fluor bought a four letter domain name for one of its partnerships.

Here’s a look at these end user domain name sales from the past week: £16,500 – Choose Ltd runs a number of online comparison sites. £4,325 – The Motor Auction Group Limited in the UK. $5,650 – This was purchased by the company that owns The Google translation from Chinese is a bit baffling — I can’t tell if this company is a communications or transportation company, or a combo of both. $2,250 – A CSC client. $2,395 – Investment management firm Adams Street Partners. $4,000 – Genco Services L.P., an email marketing firm. $3,125 – Ink manufacturer Hi-Tech Products Ltd. $2,899 – Soccer sports marketing agency Players United. It uses the domain name $2,395 – Empire State Building Company LLC in New York City. $3,999 – Not a domain name investor! Engineering construction company Fluor has a partnership in Russa called ANGS. Fluor has a market cap of $6 billion. $7,000 – IT company Junisphere recently filed for a trademark for Skoor. €2,300 – Conexus, an education company Scandinavia, uses for its website. It does not own $2,500 – Russian telecom company Sipnet, which uses for its web presence. $2,000 – Off The Hinges sells sliding barn door hardware. $4,500 – The buyer operates, a watch store for the Netherlands. $2,795 – Bianchi Industrial S.p.A. A Socio Unico, maker of industrial components.