Welcome to the latest Domain Movers, that focuses on corporate domain name transactions and reports the early findings to you. The following is a very small sampling of the past 24 hours of domain movement on the corporate level and we see many companies highly active in the low to mid range aftermarket ($1,xxx-$4,xxx), with several high end movers as well ($xx,xxx and up).

Facebook Inc. registered SheLeadsTech.com, .net and .org. Facebook now owns over 3,300 domain names.

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Welcome to Domain Movers, where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports the early findings to you. I continue to have problems with one of my tools I use to help me with these reports, so I know I’m missing a bunch of movements and the reason behind the 3 day delay for this report. I basically use 2 different means to detect movement and one of those has been on and off functioning.

Here are some … Read the rest

Welcome to Domain Movers, where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports the early findings. I had a few glitches this week with some tools I use to detect movements, so this is a sample of a couple days of movers.

Amvac Chemical Corp. has acquired Simpas.com at domain name aftermarket service Sedo for $5,040 US ($4,500 Eur).

Plenty.co has been acquired by Marksmen, a corporate domain name buy service, for a currently unknown client.

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Domain Movers is an exclusive series by DotWeekly that focuses on corporate domain name transactions. These are often very early detection’s and there is not always much information relating to the movements but the information is worth noting.

Here are the latest movements detected:

Emirates has acquired LinenCraft.com in a mid September 2016 transaction when the domain switched to generic MarkMonitor whois data but now reveals Emirates as the owners. The domain was for sale using Afternic.

EYGN Limited acquired … Read the rest

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