As expected, CloudServers.com was the second large ‘cloud’ sale of the day, topping out at $31,715, with 79 bids worth roughly $11,894 coming in the last hour alone.
Also as expected it beat the sale from earlier today, CloudApp.com that sold for $24,000.
Any predictions on the buyer? Large hosting company? Rackspace perhaps?
- Update -
The domain actually sold for $32,010 USD, the $31,715 is CDN, I didn’t notice that GoDaddy’s site automatically adjusts currency based on your location. Good eye @DailyDomaining
News of a solid sale coming out of GoDaddy auctions made it’s way to us today. CloudApp.com riding the wave of popularity surrounding the ‘cloud’ sold today after receiving nearly 130 bids!
Hot on it’s tail is CloudServers.com, an arguably better domain name. Closing in a number of hours the domain has already passed $10,000 in bidding and is on it’s way to giving us a second high cloud sale to report.
For those interested, here is the link to the CloudServers.com auction: https://auctions.godaddy.com/trpItemListing.aspx?miid=65875701
We’re all familiar with random domain sales that don’t follow much logic, but the sale reported by Sedo today of fcbarcelona.cn for $10,000 is questionable even by normal standards.
A weak domain extension combined with a potential trademark issue and high sale price.
What are we missing on this one? Would welcome some insight in the comments on this post, or on the domain’s page: http://namebio.com/fcbarcelona.cn