Bosch, a hotel chain and Scholastic bought domain names on Sedo.

This week I discovered 13 end user domain name sales on Sedo’s sales list. There are more, of course, but I’m limited in my research by masked Whois records (#thanksGDPR) and domain names that are still in escrow.

Bosch picked up two domain names for its emergency elevator service business, a cryptocurrency/blockchain company bought a domain (what’s new?) and everyone’s favorite childhood book company bought a brand domain.

Let’s get to this week’s list and if you’re hungry for more, check out previous end user sales reports. $15,000 – Marijuana company Caliva bought this domain and it now forwards to its domain. $11,000 – Buyer eBizAutos helps auto dealers create websites and advertise online. $10,000 – A MarkMonitor client bought this domain name but it’s not clear which one. $9,997 – Hotelera Palace Resorts, SAPI de CV has resorts around Mexico including five in Cancun. €5,000 – A company called Tracking First bought the domain name. I can’t find anything on its site connected to this name. $5,000 – Restart Energy Democracy says it has an Ethereum token to virtually store electrical energy. $5,000 – CharDonnay Dialysis in Illinois. $4,000 – Eblings is a lawn mower sales and service company in Pennsylvania. $3,000 – Speedy Deals sells everything from appliances to rotary saws. and €2,500 each – Bosch bought these domain names for its elevator emergency services group. $2,227 – Scholastic Inc., the company that sends those little book order pamphlets home from school with your kids. €2,199 – The Assistant Company sells software for spas, athletic clubs, etc.

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