Liquidators of dotcom darling [email protected] are selling the portfolio of domain names owned by the service.
The first sale, of shoppingcart.com, has been made to MonsterCommerce for £180,000. It intends to use the domain to promote its e-commerce services.
The portfolio includes 119 domain names and consists of a few possibly valuable names, such as Stuff.com, Home.net, Mystuff.com and Firstyears.com.
Domain sales agent Moniker.com, which is acting as the exclusive broker to sell the names, values the portfolio at over £650,000.
There are some indications that prime domain names have increased in price recently. Last week photographic agency Artists and Associates sold the photographer.com domain for $133,000 to an unnamed buyer.
[email protected] was a provider of residential internet access services to businesses and consumers. The company provided high speed internet access to approximately four million households but filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in September 2001.
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