Ultra premium domain names are super rare and many of them sell for millions of dollars! Tube.com is one of those domain names and it held an offering price of $5 Million.

It just sold!

So who were the buyers? Right now, that is an unknown. The domain name has transferred to brand protection service MarkMonitor using it’s generic DnStination Inc. data:

Tube.com Whois

If I had to guess who purchased Tube.com, it would be likely only two companies. Amazon.com or Google.com.

If the buyers happen to be Google, it would be simply a brand protection move for YouTube. If it were Amazon, they are ready to play! Amazon did register “tube” domain names, like AmazonAlexaTube.com, AmazonOpenTube.com and some more in December 2017 as Domain Name Wire reported.

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5 Responses to Tube.com Domain Sells! Google or Amazon Buyers?
  1. Thanks

  2. Amazon.com were in talks with the seller of tube.com a couple months back. I am pretty sure it is them. If Google did not buy it, Amazon will be taking a huge swipe at YouTube.

  3. Wow 5M would be a great number on this one.

    I would say it’s Amazon, google should have locked it down a long time ago, but didn’t.

    I see Tubed.com, and maybe Tuber.com are left in play.

  4. It’s worth more than 5 million.


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