Mike Mann, the founder of DomainMarket.com, has taken to Twitter to announce his latest domain sale. According to Mike’s tweet, he has sold the domain LightRock.com for $94,888:
Rock solid rocker sold https://t.co/ZtpjNl4yGf $94,888.
— Mike Mann (@mikemanndotcom) October 20, 2020
As of writing, the domain points to an Afternic landing page, and the domain is pending a transfer, presumably to the name’s new owner.
Naturally, given the domain’s status, we don’t know the buyer’s identity at this point, but there is a company active on the .CO equivalent – lightrock.co. That company is an investment, development, and asset management company based in New York City.
According to NameBio, LightRock.com at $94,888 will be the second-largest sale from Mann’s DomainMarket.com in 2020, behind Ready.org at $169,888.
If this sale is confirmed by DNJournal, it will currently rank as number 41 on the top 100 sales of 2020.
2 thoughts on “Mike Mann Announces $94,888 Sale of LightRock.com”
I Google Light Rock and was surprised at the majority of results… Lite Rock. That got me to look into that as a domain name, which holds a BIN on Afternic for $7,999. It’s always interesting in the domain world.
Fascinating. Certainly always interesting in the domain world! Thanks for sharing that.