Pixel Capital buys domain names to enter online travel market. Australian company Pixel Capital Pty Ltd announced last week that it had acquired Accommodation.com and Accommodation.co.uk for a combined $528,000 USD. Both domain names were owned by a British company and were developed at one point.
Mike "Zappy" Zapolin has been involved in the development and sale of some of the best generic domain names on the Internet, including Music.com, Computer.com, CreditCards.com, Diamond.com and many more. The serial entrepreneur is now expanding into yet another field - documentary filmmaking.
Moniker/SnapNames Celebrate July 4th with valuable .US Domain Name Online Auction, including CreditReports.us, Flights.us, Candy.us, Slots.us and PayAdvances.us. The online auction will begin July 1st at 9:00 am ET and end on July 8th at 3:15 pm ET
Following a rigorous selection process including a functional as well as a technical proof of concept, Dubai Bank Dubai Bank chose FERNBACH among renowned providers of risk solutions and is currently implementing the Fernbach Basel II Credit Risk Management solution.
Domain name broker Derek Giordano informed DNN that he has brokered a major deal assisting in the sale of CreditScore.com. The buyer CreditReport.com made the announcement in a press release today. The sale was reportedly in excess of $5 Million dollars (or bigger than Toys.com). The company has not provided any details on the actual price, so this one likely won’t be recorded in the “domain history books”. It’s still a great sale and one that shows that there’s still buying and selling even in a tough economy. Congrats to buyer, seller and Giordano (c) 2009 DomainNameNews.com Advertisement WE BUY DOMAINS. We are interested in acquiring your premium domains – find out more .
Sedo starts new year off with big sale. Domain name broker Sedo has sold the domain name Credit.fr for 587,500 EUR, or about $850,000 USD at today’s exchange rates.
The number of options for buyers in the domain aftermarket continues to grow.
According to Jarred Cohen’s post on the Conceptualist blog, Bido is now moving from a percentage based fee system to a credit based system .
According to Jarred Cohen’s post on the Conceptualist blog, Bido is now moving from a percentage based fee system to a credit based system . While the fee for domains with a reserve used to be the greater of 3% of the reserve or $29.99, it is now based on pre-paid credits. The reserve pricing schedule is now 1 credit per $1,000 of the reserve (capped at 10 credits maximum).