Paramount Global, the new name for the merged CBS and Viacom media giants, is a premium domain name lighter today after it completed the sale of Atom.com.
Atom.com, one of the best .com domains around, hosted an entertainment network from 1998 until the company behind the domain was bought by Viacom in 2006. Until recently, Atom.com redirected to Comedy Central’s website.
Now, though, the domain has a new owner, namely investor Andy Booth, who confirmed the acquisition in a tweet to Jamie Zoch. Booth also revealed the deal was facilitated by brokerage firm Apex Moon.
This marks the latest in a string of recent one-word acquisitions by Booth in the last 12 months including Siren.com, Amber.com, and Paradise.com, which is used to host the Paradise Trippies NFT project.
The domain transfer was first spotted by Jamie Zoch.
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Crypto / NFT domain all the way!