Domain Holdings is currently brokering the DN.com domain name, and I assume this opportunity might be of interest to companies in our business. Not only is DN.com an excellent short domain name, but it could obviously be used by a domain name company because of the DN abbreviation. The asking price of DN.com is $750,000.
DN.com appears to be owned by Verio. The company’s main offering is web hosting services, although they also sell domain names as well. According to Screenshots.com, the DN.com domain name was previously used by Verio, although it appears that domain name sales were not the primary objective of the former DN.com website (granted this is an old screenshot). The domain name currently forwards to a Domain Holdings inquiry page.
In my opinion, DN.com could be used by a domain registrar or reseller to exclusively sell domain names. It could also be used by a company to sell domain names in the aftermarket. One nice thing about this type of domain name is that if the business doesn’t work out, the domain name has significant value and could be re-sold. I like this domain name but I have zero interest in providing products or services to domain investors.
Here’s what Domain Holdings broker Giuseppe Graziano had to say about the domain name in his brokerage email this morning:
“We have received an enormous amount of traction for the domain (read: incredible offers) and the final day has come to submit an offer for DN.com. The deadline is 12 PM EST – if you are interested, simply reply to this email with the amount you would like to offer (hint: it has to be VERY close to asking price) and I will make sure the offer will be presented to the seller on time.”
If you’re interested in the name, contact Giuseppe directly or reach out via the DN.com landing page.