Sedo Sells for $100k


Sedo broker Dave Evanson just reported that his company sold for $100,000. The Whois has already changed, but it’s now under privacy guard at Go Daddy, so the buyer is unknown at this point in time. There are a whole lot of END acronyms, and many other extensions are also registered.

The domain name was one of the first domain names registered, and it holds a creation date of November 1993. The domain name was sold by someone in New Jersey, and the historical Whois information  shows that  it was once owned by End Technologies. The seller appears to be have been once affiliated with that company back in 2001.

Congratulations to all of the parties involved in the sale. It’s a pretty solid price for a nice domain name.

Elliot Silver
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  1. Hope the new buyer updates the DNS to at least a parking company THEY would get paid on. Right now they’re making GoDaddy money with their spammy “Is this your domain?” and 50 links in an unorganized format…

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