Welcome to the latest Domain Movers which focuses on company related domain name transactions. These are very early discoveries and not a lot of information is always available other than a change of ownership in whois records but we do try our best to provide as much info as we can.

Not a huge list today but that isn’t uncommon with movements over the weekend. I’d say 4 particular domain names shine the most in today’s list.

Visor.com has been sold by HP, Inc. to Avinash Anand of San Francisco California, who is a founder of new tax startup called Visor. The domain name is already resolving to the new tax and advisor service Visor.com, which is a domain name upgrade from MyVisor.com which the company launched with. Visor currently has about $6.5 million from a seed round funding according to crunchbase and now hold a premium domain name to go along with its brand, which is a huge plus! The company also owns the matching Twitter handle @visor

DotWeekly announced several domains being offered by HP, through domain name brokerage service DigitalDNA and this is the second one to sell recently that I have seen, with Gram.com being the other.

Twitter, Inc. registers the domain name GetTurnup.com adding to the 2,800 other domain names owned by the company. To note, Turnup.com is being brokered by eNaming.com currently.

GTA Restoration has acquired FloodedBasement.com from Frank Schillings Name Administration Inc. The domain name held a buy now of $27,300.

Hubi.com was also sold by NAI. The domain name held a buy now of $127,400 and whois records are showing the buyers as Hong Kong based HK Blockchain Ear Network Technology Limited.

GoodTime.com has been sold at Sedo for an undisclosed amount, to a currently unknown client. Great domain name! The domain did sell in March 2013 for $12,000 also on Sedo and I’d expect the current sales price to be more.

MRKT.COM, Inc. has acquired HugeVideos.com for an undisclosed amount.

Biogen Inc. has acquired MultipleChoices.com from its past owners for an undisclosed amount. It appears the transaction took place about October 12, 2017 with the help of CSC Corporate Domains. Whois has remained generic until now.

Challenger Group Services Pty. LTD. has acquired Challenger.net from Xfone USA, Inc. also with the help of CSC. It appears the change of ownership took place October 20, 2017.

WeWork Companies Inc. has acquired WeGrow.com from its past owners. The domain has been registered since 2002 and was for sale using Uniregistry.

GoDaddy Inc. has acquired DanicaDouble.com from its past owner, a GoDaddy customer to note. This is in relation to GoDaddy sponsoring Danica Patrick in the Daytona 500 and Indy 500. The domain has been registered since July 27, 2012. Currently whois has not fully updated but the registrant email address is companynames@godaddy.com which is used for GoDaddy company owned domains.

AxonAI, Inc. has acquired ConvergentAi.com at domain name aftermarket service Afternic.com for an undisclosed amount. The domain was registered in September 2016. This appears to be a domain upgrade from ConvergentAi.net and a likely rebrand from AxonAi to ConvergentAi.com as AxonAi.com is redirecting to the new domain name.

MotionSight.com has been acquired by a currently unknown MarkMonitor client from its past owner.

Flutter.net has been acquired by a currently unknown MarkMonitor client.

The four domains that shinned the most for me in today’s list were: Visor.com, Hubi.com, GoodTime.com and MultipleChoices.com. Do you agree? What were the domains that you thought were the best?

About Jamie Zoch

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.

2 Responses to Domain Movers: Visor.com, GoodTime.com + More
  1. Interesting seeing .net’s still getting love

  2. Thanks for sharing. I Always enjoy to read articles like this, Jamie. Gives some great insight in the why, the what and the how of domaining and the choices we can make when registering or buying domains for a good flip.

    – Jan


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