Sold for $600,000 via Sedo

Sedo broker Dave Evanson just announced via Twitter that he brokered the sale of for $600,000:

Once the sale is archived on DNJournal by Ron Jackson, it will rank as the fifth largest sale of the year (to date). The sale will rank above the $550,000 sale of and below the $750,000 sale of

According to NameBio, last publicly sold in 2009 for the same $600,000 price. Because the domain name has had privacy enabled on the Whois registration, I am unsure if the same registrant that bought the domain name in 2009 sold it this week.

It appears that had been owned by a company in Russia. At the moment, is in Sedo’s escrow account, so the buyer is not yet known. It will be interesting to see if the domain name is acquired because of its religious meaning or if it was acquired as an unrelated brand name.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn


  1. For most names the market is weak, this is a good example of it. Any keyword style name is left behind. Watch as achieves a similar or worse result than 10 years ago.

Leave a Reply

Recent Posts Sells for $202k as Apple Registers Swath of AirPlay Domain Names

The largest domain name sale of the day yesterday was The domain name sold for $202,000 in an expiry auction at GoDaddy Auctions.... Acquired for More than $10 Million

Last week, Hilco Digital's Andrew Miller shared that he and Larry Fischer brokered the sale of the domain name. Andrew mentioned that it...

Hilco Digital Assets Announces $10m Investment in Squadhelp

Squadhelp has become a leading brand naming marketplace, connecting business owners and entrepreneurs with domain names listed for sales on its platform. Led by...

Questions Related to Uni —> Afternic Parking Migration

If you are a Uniregistry customer, you most likely received an email explaining the upcoming migration of the Uniregistry Market and parking platform to...

Some Uni-Registered New gTLDs Will be Transferred to 1API

I received an email from Uni (formerly Uniregistry) that I initially thought was a Whois verification email and almost ignored. It was, in fact,...