After nearly 20 years, BX.COM has decided to focus its attention on its highly successful software product, pureCommerce. “Changing the company’s name to pureCommerce better reflects who we are and our business focus,” stated Mark Shapiro, Founder and CEO of BX.COM. “Because of this,” he continued, “we are entertaining offers for purchase of the domain via sealed bid.” Now that BX.COM has directed its focus toward a more targeted market, parting ways with the domain makes sense.
Two letter dot com (.com) domains were sold out in 1994, and have become a much sought-after commodity and are rarely for sale out on the market. Companies, both inside and outside of the US, have pursued the BX.COM domain over the years. Most recently, offers have come from the competitors of The Blackstone Group, whose stock symbol is BX, as well as from Chinese multinational corporations.
For more information, or to submit a sealed bid, interested parties may email DNSADMIN@BX.COM.
Over the past week there has been a lot of positive chatter in the domaining industry and amongst domainers as the following premium domain names sales were recently reported:
AutoInsurance.org – $440,000
Driven.com – $225,000
Shield.com – $190,000
BlueJeans.com – $150,000
Mariage.com – $129,729 (Marriage in french)
HomeBasedBusiness.com – $100,000
Violet.com – $65,000
VisitHouston.com – $25,174
ElectronicSignature.com – $25,000
ElectronicSignatures.com – $25,000
StartABusiness.com – $20,000
NewCoupons.com – $20,000
UnderPar.com – $17,650
CreditCard.co – $17,000
Cheap.org – $15,000
Obviously all these domain sales (and then some) is very positive and exciting as it further evidences that more and more end users are ‘getting it’
According to ProductDomains.com, the following product domain names were recently via SEDO and Afternic:
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