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PrivateJet.com domain sells for $30 million

Feb 29, 2012 / Jets

Nations Luxury Transportation, LLC, has agreed to acquire the domain name PrivateJet.com from Don’t Look Media Group for $30.18 million in cash and stock. Nations Luxury Transportation’s goal is to deliver the most efficient platform to facilitate worldwide chartering, aircraft acquisitions, and the selling of private jets. By the end of 2012, it is expected […]


Sex.com domain name on sale

Jul 02, 2010 / Lifestyle

The world’s “most valuable” Internet domain name, sex.com, went up for grabs on Thursday having fetched 12 million dollars in 2006. “It happens very rarely that an Internet address of this calibre goes on sale,” Cologne-based Sedo said. “The sale of sex.com offers the new owner a unique opportunity to became market leader.” Sedo, one […]


Most expensive domain names: List of the priciest website names on the internet

Mar 14, 2010 / Lifestyle

Sex.com, one of the most expensive domain names in history, is up for auction, with bidding starting at $1 million, the Telegraph reports. The domain name was last bought in 2006 for a reported $14 million, and it’s not even the most expensive URL out there! While the current market for internet domains is nowhere […]


Poker.org sold for $1 Million

Feb 19, 2010 / Yachts

Internet platform Sedo, which is the auction of secondary domain names, today announced the conclusion of the most expensive deal in the blast zone. Org. According to Sedo, a domain Poker.org was sold for $ 1 million. Company National A-1 sold the specified domain operator online casino PokerCompany.com. Believe it or not, but Poker is […]


ToysRUs pays $5m for toys domain

Mar 11, 2009 / Auctions

Toy retailer ToysRUs has paid $5.1m for the Toys.com domain name. It is believed to be the biggest payout for a domain this year but has some way to go to beat the $14m paid for sex.com in 2007 or the $9.5m paid for porn.com. “Toys.com is going to put them in the top search […]


Pizza.com sells for $3 million

Apr 05, 2008 / Lifestyle

For a $20 investment, Chris Clark a tech entrepreneur, made the best decision in his life. He bought the domain name Pizza.com in 1994 for twenty bucks and sold it recently for almost $3 million. A week’s worth of anonymous bidding at an online auction site had pushed the price to $2.6 million, compared to […]


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