Tiny Upgrades to Tiny.com

A year and a half ago, Andrew Wilkinson, Co-Founder of a company called Tiny, shared some thoughts about how he felt when someone referred to his company as “Tiny Capital,” because the company’s slightly off-brand domain name was TinyCapital.com:

After seeing the tweet in 2020, I followed up by asking Andrew how much his company would pay for Tiny.com if it were to ever become available to purchase, but he did not reply to my tweet. This morning, Andrew announced that his company acquired Tiny.com:

It looks like Tiny is already making good use of Tiny.com. In fact, the company’s website has been re-located to Tiny.com from TinyCapital.com. Going forward, the company will have fewer people who think its brand name is Tiny Capital.

I don’t know how much Tiny paid to acquire Tiny.com, but I am sure this valuable domain name had a substantial acquisition cost. Andrew didn’t share the sale price (yet), but he did briefly comment on how the purchase process went:

I already added this upgrade to the list of companies that upgraded their domain names.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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