Brent Oxley has added to his portfolio packed with premium .COM’s by purchasing two more top-tier names to end a year in which he’s added the likes of Brokerage.com, Picture.com, and Solution.com to his ever-growing group of names.
The Hostgator founder, who has built his portfolio predominantly in the last five years, has acquired a three-letter .COM and another one-word .COM.
The Veg.com domain is a versatile three-letter .COM that Brent acquired for an undisclosed fee. The name was previously owned by an Enom account that had obscured details thanks to GDPR. We do know that the domain was, however, listed for sale at CategoryDefining.com with an asking price of $200,000.
Veg, short for vegetarian or vegan, would be a supreme brand name for any company attempting to make grounds in the trendy vegan and vegetarian industries. In the UK, the number of vegans quadrupled between 2014 and 2019 (source), with many other countries following similar patterns.
The vegan and vegetarian industries are receiving sizable interest and investment.
This is the latest acquisition from Brent Oxley that fits the categories of legal or self-defense. Names already in Oxley’s portfolio that I’d put in either category include Armed.com, Detain.com, and Intrude.com.
The Suspect.com domain was previously owned by a Stanford-trained engineer that ran a Silicon Valley-based IT consulting company called “Suspect.com Consulting”, according to Archive.org. Again, Brent’s acquisition price is unknown, but it’s likely to be in the mid-five-figure range ($30,000-$60,000), based on previous sales data.
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I hate this man. 😢🤦🏽♂️