Back in the heyday of the i keyword domain sale, iCinema.com sold for $50,000 on Sedo in 2011.
The domain name was owned by Keen, Inc. and they sold it in 2011 to Transmedia Communications SA out of Switzerland.
For years the site showed:
It then changed in 2015 to a website selling movies
The domain name expired and closed at $10,001 at GoDaddy auctions. I like the name and it will be interesting to see what the buyer does with the domain name.
Lucky to even get that price, it is probably an overpayment given the market for “i” domains (barely existent).
AbdulBasit Makrani says
Last week it was reported that iAgent.com sold for $102,000.
That was because of the popularity of Apple products. Everything with an “i” was considered cool. Apple has since moved away from that naming convention.
Similarly, “e” was popular in the turn of the 2000