Earlier this morning, Sedo Senior Domain Broker Dave Evanson announced that he brokered the sale of Memento.com for $148,000:
Just sold Memento .com for $148,000. Congrats to buyer and seller! I will remember this one!
— dave evanson (@SedoDaveEvanson) July 15, 2020
Memento.com has not yet been transferred to the buyer, so it is not obvious who bought the domain name. There are a number of companies listed in CrunchBase and LinkedIn that have Memento in their branding, and acquiring Memento.com would be a clear upgrade for several of them. Whois records show that the domain name was transferred to Sedo’s holding account, so that confirms the payment was received by Sedo and Memento.com should be pending transfer to the buyer. Historical Whois records at DomainTools indicate that the former registrant of Memento.com is based in Australia.
Once the sale is indexed in DNJournal, it will rank as the 15th largest publicly reported domain name sale of 2020 (to date). This $148,000 sale is just shy of Sedo’s $150,000 sale of BettingTips.com. I also added the $148,000 sale of Memento.com to the Embrace.com list of one word .com domain name sales.