Welcome, this is Domain Movers! We focus on companies that are acquiring domain name assets and report these findings to you, to help you learn and understand the vast importance of domain names.

Here are just a few of the latest detection’s

Zoodio.com has been acquired by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client, with whois records currently generic. The 1999 registered domain name was owned by HugeDomains prior and appears to have been grabbed at an expired domain auction on GoDaddy around June 2017. Although whois records are currently generic, name servers are set to Rockfin.com, which is owned by Quicken Loans. The domain name held a buy now price of $2,895.

Data Seekers SL has acquired its EMD DataSeekers.com from Name Administration Inc. The domain name held a buy now of $27,300 at the time of the purchase, although the exact sales price is unknown.

The Singular Factory has acquired LoveSharing.com at domain name aftermarket service Sedo for an undisclosed amount. The domain was acquired by the seller in April 2017 for $599 at GoDaddy in an expired domain name auction.

WaveWriter.com has been acquired by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client from its past owners. The domain has been registered since 2012.

OC.com which was owned by OpenConnect Systems Inc. of Dallas Texas has officially transferred to Uniregistry from Network Solutions and has likely been sold. The potential buyers are unknown due to privacy in whois records.

RG.com has potentially sold. The domain was owned by Branded Holding Group (Roland Chemtob) and transferred out of CSC to Uniregistry under whois privacy.

QX.com appears to have changed ownership as well! The domain was owned by Deng Xiao Wen and is now showing in whois records as owned by Nexperian Holding Limited.

Long Island Ice Tea Corp is doing a corporate shift and rebranding to Long Blockchain Corp, but will continue its ready to drink Long Island Iced Tea brand as a subsidiary. In doing the corporate rebrand, the company hand registered LongBlockchain.com and will use that domain name as its corporate name. The domain name was registered on December 7, 2017 at GoDaddy.com under whois privacy.

Amazon acquired smart doorbell company Blink and registered several related domain names to that news. Amazon registered several domain names Blink should have owned already and those include BlinkCloudCam.com, BlinkDoorbellCam.com and BlinkVideoDoorbell.com. Then brand protection registrations of Blink-Amazon.com, BlinkAmazon.com, AmazonDoorbell.com, AmazonDoorbellCam.com, AmazonVideoDoorbell.com were registered. Interestingly, AmazonBlink.com was registered at GoDaddy under whois privacy on December 6, 2017.

Glu Mobile Inc. registered GluBitcoin.com, GluBlockchain.com and GluCrypto.com

Waystar.com has been acquired by domain name buying service Marksmen for a currently unknown client. Marksmen acquired the domain name at Sedo from its past owners for an undisclosed amount. This has brand name written all over it. A recently filed trademark for Waystar by Progress Lighting Properties, Inc. in August 2017 may reflect the unknown buyer OR Navicure, Inc’s December 2017 trademark filing for Waystar is another potential buyer.

BunnyEars.com has been sold by Name Administration Inc. to a Stewart Miller. The domain name held a buy now of $28,600. Update: actor Macaulay Culkin confirmed in a Reddit AMA that he is behind the domain purchase for a new podcast and website. He was asked how he obtained the domain name recently and answered “Practice”. Somebody found this article and linked to it for confirmation, which flooded DotWeekly. I’m not certain how Stewart Miller is connected to Macaulay but he may be a financial advisor or a lawyer or something along those lines. BunnyEars.com is now live and the podcast is available on iTunes.

CafeMartha.com has been acquired by a currently unknown CSC client from its past owners. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. does use CSC, so they are a potential buyer.

Flores.com has been acquired by attorney Michael Sparling of Holbrook, NY according to whois records. Michael is the VP and Assistan General Counsel for 1-800-Flowers.com according to his Linkedin Page. The domain name was acquired at Sedo for an undisclosed amount. The domain name has been registered since 1994 and did have a flowers website on it (and still does), although the website looks outdated and a bit broken. 1-800-Flowers.com is no stranger to premium domain names and owns over 5,500+ domains total.

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Jamie Zoch is a domain investor, dad and dedicated husband who founded DotWeekly.com in 2008 to bring unique and helpful views on domain names. Jamie is very passionate about domain names and helping others learn and prosper.

One Response to Domain Movers: Flores.com, Zoodio.com + More
  1. Suresh Raghavan - DNProperty.com December 23, 2017 at 1:25 pm Reply

    Excellent info. Amazon buying Blink, seems like many companies vying for that segment. Alarm, Ring and Blink


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