Welcome to the latest company focused Domain Movers. We keep track of company related domain name transactions by companies around the world. These are often early indicators of domain name upgrades, rebranding efforts, new products, services and more.

Tidal.net which is/was owned by Cisco Technology Inc. and registered at MarkMonitor has transferred to NameCheap under whois privacy and put on the name server: FAILED-WHOIS-VERIFICATION.NAMECHEAP.COM

OB.com has been sold by Telepathy, Inc. for an undisclosed amount to a Chinese buyer.

Capital Networks Pty Ltd (Capital.net.au) has allowed TLDs.com to expire. The domain name expired on February 2, 2018 and followed the normal drop process. The domain was released from the .com registry on April 20, 2018 and grabbed by DropCatch.com. The open auction resulted in a $11,161 final price.

Reem.com has been sold at Sedo for $9,000. The buyers are currently unknown as the domain name transferred to GoDaddy under whois privacy.

Lithia Motors, Inc. has acquired Mobu.com from Glu Mobile Inc. The transaction appears to have taken place about March 27, 2018 according to whois records.

Salesforce.com, Inc. has acquired IntegrationCloud.com according to whois records. The domain name was for sale using Uniregistry Market and registered at GoDaddy.

Veoneer Germany GmbH were the buyers of the prior announced VNBS.com domain that Marksmen assisted in acquiring.

DXM Pharmaceutical, Inc. of Katy Texas has acquired Tussin.com from Name Administration Inc. for an undisclosed amount. The domain name is redirecting to RoboCough.com that is promoting a cough suppressant.

Butyrate.com was also sold by Name Administration Inc. The domain name held a buy now of $32,500 but the exact sales price is unknown. Butyrate is the traditional name for the conjugate base of butyric acid, according to Wikipedia and is used in foods and supplements. The buyer is unknown currently due to whois privacy.

E la Carte acquired Presto.com for $150,000 from Presto Services Inc. mail service that shut down after 10 years in business. E la Carte then rebranded as Presto? which offers the PrestoPrime EMV Terminal in restaurants. I wasn’t able to find an announcement of a “rebrand” but ElaCarte.com redirects to Presto.com and displays the Presto logo, not an E la Carte logo. Interestingly, Presto Mail Services had $10M in funding according to Crunchbase, as does E la Carte. In the end, the Presto.com domain name was a valuable asset for the mail service. It appears the transaction took place about February 1 to February 8, 2018 according to whois records. The domains sale price was announced by Uniregistry via DnJournal.com.

WW.com has moved into Escrow.com and likely has sold. The domain had just transferred from 62.net to GoDaddy.com on April 20, 2018.

Google Inc. has acquired AndroidX.com, which has been registered since December 2005. The domain transferred from Fabulous.com to Dynadot on January 31, 2018 and was the likely time it was acquired by Google. The domain has since transferred to MarkMonitor displaying Google as the owners.

AutoForge.com has been acquired by a currently unknown MarkMonitor client. The domain name was for sale on the Uniregistry Market.

Facebook, Inc. has now moved Facebook.net over to its registrar RegistrarSafe.com. The Facebook owned registrar now houses i.org, Instagram.com and about 194 domain names total, all owned by Facebook.

Petco Wellness, LLC (tied to the Doctors Foster and Smith brand) has listed PetWarehouse.com (affiliate link) for sale on Sedo with a buy now of $7,500. This follows Petco listing of PVVC.com (affiliate link) for $3,500 buy now also on Sedo recently.

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.

One Response to E La Carte Acquires Presto.com + More Domain Movers
  1. Great into Jamie, thank you.


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