The domain name Raisin.com just sold for what is as of now, an undisclosed amount.
The domain which had an original creation date of 1995 was owned by a “T Clayton” of San Fransisco for what seems to be just a few years.
The domain name came out of Sedo Escrow and the new owner of the domain is SavingGlobal GmbH of Berlin whose website is SavingGlobal.com
According to Bloomberg.com, “SavingGlobal GmbH operates as an online marketplace for foreign fixed deposits in Germany. The company’s services include deposit insurance guarantees absolute security and premature termination. It also provides online banking services. SavingGlobal GmbH was formerly known as WS Finanz GmbH. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Berlin, Germany.”
It will be interesting to see if the price gets announced, as its unclear if the domain name was brokered by Sedo or if the parties just used the Sedo escrow service.
It will also be interesting to see what the company does with the domain name.
Congrats to the buyer and seller.
Raisin.com is a nice aged, one-word domain name that is short, easy to spell/type and widely known which makes it brand-able. A similar aged, one-word domain name which is currently being offered for sale is Tortillas.com The word “tortillas” is widely known across the U.S. and Internationally since it is spelled and said/pronounced the same way around the world. Being that It is also short and easy to spell/type makes it brand-able for a wide variety of startup or existing business verticals.
The price is very important and its announcement would be very interesting. Looking forward to an update Mike.
Like .com, this name is getting old and shriveled