Did Aelf.com Sell for $1 Million?

Decentralized cloud blockchain network Aelf has reportedly spent big on a new domain name.

According to a Medium article from Aelf, the Singapore-based company spent $1 million acquiring the domain Aelf.com, upgrading from Aelf.io.

The Medium article notes:

Responding to the community’s fierce anticipation, aelf upgraded its “.io”…

Firework Upgrades from Firework.tv to Firework.com

Short-form video startup Firework has made a significant investment in its digital brand by upgrading from Firework.tv to Firework.com.

Founded in 2017, Firework describes itself as one of the fastest-growing interactive video platforms. The technology that Firework has developed is being offered to businesses to host live streaming events or short on-site videos.…

$175,000 SmartWallet.com Buyer Revealed

Digital asset investor Andy Booth recently announced that he sold the domain name SmartWallet.com for $175,000.

The deal was reportedly closed without the buyer and seller speaking or negotiating, with SmartWallet.com’s new owner preferring to pay a BIN price of $175,000 instead.

Following the sale, Booth disclosed that he thought the buyer was the co-founder of HubSpot, a publicly-traded marketing, sales, and customer service software developer with a market cap of $12 billion.…

$30 Million Voice.com Launches as an NFT Platform

In June 2019, the domain name Voice.com set records by becoming the largest publicly-disclosed domain sale of all time.

The name, sold by software company MicroStrategy, was purchased by Block.one for $30 million in a deal brokered by GoDaddy.

Originally, Voice.com was home to a blockchain-based social network, but in May 2021, the company shut its social network venture and announced it was pivoting to an NFT platform.…