DaoCloud Acquires Heal.me for $43,000

According to WHOIS data, California-based health tech company DaoCloud has just acquired the Heal.me domain name via Sedo for $43,000.

DaoCloud, founded in 2014, is the largest national network of vetted wellness practitioners. The company shouldn’t be confused with DaoCloud, a Shanghai-based cloud computing firm that has raised $14.6 million in funding.┬áCalifornia’s DaoCloud has raised $1.2 million in funding, according to Crunchbase.

As reported by Sedo today, the sale of Heal.me for $43,000 ranks as the 9th largest .ME sale of all time, according to NameBio data. It is also the 2nd largest .ME sale of 2020, beaten by Just.me’s $50,000 sales price in September. Heal.me represents just the 3rd five-figure .ME sale of 2020.

Could the confusion between California’s DaoCloud and Shanghai’s DaoCloud be a reason for the acquisition? Is California’s DaoCloud about to rebrand to Heal.me?

The logical .COM equivalent, HealMe.com, is owned by an individual in New York who used to run a company called Healme LLC.

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3 thoughts on “DaoCloud Acquires Heal.me for $43,000”

  1. Thanks for sharing James!
    That’s a great sale and I’m happy to see it.

    By the way, your title says the sale amount for $43,000 whereas in the post it written “DaoCloud has just acquired the Heal.me domain name via Sedo for $45,000″

    So is it $43K or $45K?

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