Brokerage company MediaOptions, responsible for deals such as Zoom’s acquisition of Zoom.com, Amazon’s purchase of Prime.com, and Elon Musk’s reunion with X.com.
Now, it has another name to add to its sales list, Originals.com.
This one-word domain was acquired by YouTube star Logan Paul for his upcoming ’99 Originals project, which features 99 photos taken on 99 days from Paul’s life, starting last August.
Of course, these 99 photos are going to form the basis of an NFT project, because that’s the trend.
Rather than hand-registering a domain, Paul invested some serious money into his domain choice for this project.
— launching April 18 on https://t.co/OzBRdQPxUK —
(still can’t believe I got that domain) pic.twitter.com/mEIF0vzWN8
— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) April 12, 2022
DomainInvesting.com publisher Elliot Silver discovered that Originals.com was a domain that was being brokered by MediaOptions during 2021. Andrew Rosener, MediaOptions’ CEO, responded to Silver’s tweet to confirm that his company brokered the domain.
— Andrew Rosener (@andrewrosener) April 14, 2022
Paul joins the ranks of NFT projects such as Paradise Trippies (paradise.com), Sherbet (sherbet.com), and Turtles (turtles.com) in operating on a one-word .com domain. Will more NFT projects follow suit?