Walk.com Changes Hands in Seven Figure Deal

While one-word .com domain names are hot property, four-letter, single-word .com domains are some of the hottest thanks to their scarcity and brandability.

It seems that there is now one less four-letter, single-word .com domain on the market.

Today, I noticed that the ultra-premium .com domain name Walk.com’s WHOIS data changed, likely signifying a sale.

As of publishing, Walk.com redirects to a landing page indicating that domain broker and founder of ATM Holdings, Andrew Miller, is brokering the name, with the landing page stating that Walk.com is “one of the most valuable and important addresses on the Internet.”

Andrew is well known for brokering some of the most valuable names on the Internet including Home.com, Candy.com, and Universal.com.

After contacting Andrew, he was able to confirm that Walk.com has now sold for an undisclosed seven-figure fee. In a statement, Andrew said:

“I can confirm I advised on the 7 figure sale and acquisition of the Walk.com domain name. As any good domain name transaction should be, it is a great outcome for both the seller and buyer. There were aspects of this deal that were more complex and May Chen at Epik was superb in all aspects of handling the Escrow”

According to WHOIS history, Walk.com moved from GoDaddy to Epik under WHOIS privacy protection.

There are currently no clues as to who acquired the name, but hopefully this will become clear in time.

Congratulations to Andrew Miller on brokering another seven-figure transaction.

About James Iles

James Iles is a domain name industry writer and publisher of JamesNames.com. You can contact me here, or follow me on Twitter @jamesiles.

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