These 14 companies recently bought domains on the aftermarket.

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A scratch-off promotions company, artificial intelligence startup and filter seller bought domain names at Uniregistry over the past few weeks. Here are some of the end user sales I uncovered. $35,000 – Scratcher SAS is a company in France that sells scratch tickets for business promotions. It uses the domain name $25,000 – The domain now forwards to $24,000 – Arize AI is a new artificial intelligence company. $10,000 – Online filter seller Filters Fast bought its domain name in reverse. $10,000 – TechSmith Corporation, the maker of Camtasia video editing software, bought this domain. It is a hearing term, so it might be for an audio editing product. $9,000 – Riverbend Oil & Gas in Texas. $7,000 – NewAge Beverages owns a number of beverage brands including Nestea. This domain will be for its Noni+Collagen brand. It forwards to a website with info about its Noni juice. $5,900 – Rocket Club, a robotics learning center for kids, bought this shorter version of its domain $5,883 – Sterlington Medical in Houston, Texas. $5,000 – Proven Wealth Limited has a site at IPOpro that is apparently selling initial public offering opportunities. $5,000 – Global Pools Inspections in Florida bought this shorter version of its domain, $5,000 – The new website has a title tag that says “Axioms – A Mathematical Journey”. $5,000 – Victory Church, a megachurch in Pennsylvania. It forwards the domain to $5,000 – Seattle wellness and beauty store Eco Collective bought a shorter version of its domain

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