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August 24, 2011Domain Services, Domaining, Domainnamewire,, left of the dotComments Off on Left of the Dot Media Partners with

Clients can now get subdomains on

Left of the Dot Media Inc., which works with generic domain owners to offer subdomains, has launched its services on

Live Current Media sold for $165,000 last year. The new owner planned to merely park the page, according to Left of the Dot. Instead, the buyer and company partnered to keep the site and 400,000 members running.

Among the options available thanks to the deal is for companies to create hubs on at subdomains such as

In a press release, Left of the Dot co-founder John Lyotier said: represented the virtual equivalent of renovating an entire city center and giving businesses all the tools they need to grow and prosper – it’s good for each business and good for the community. The key for us is enabling importers and exporters to lease their very own sub-domains (Marketing Names) off the brand so that they can become a valuable part of the community.

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September 20, 2010Domain Sales, Domaining, Domainnamewire, importers.comComments Off on Sells for $165,000

Company offloads key web site and domain name.

Live Current Media has concluded the sale of for $165,000, Domain Name Wire has learned.

In the company’s most recent 10-Q filed with the Securities Exchange Commission, the company alluded to a domain sale that included 3 payments:

On April 6, 2010, the Company entered into an agreement to lease one of its domain names to an unrelated third party for $165,000 less $15,000 in commission. The terms of the agreement provided for the receipt of the net amount of $150,000 to be paid in equal instalments due April 15, 2010, May 15, 2010 and June 15, 2010. The Company leased the domain name to the purchaser exclusively during the term of the agreement. Title and rights to the domain name were transferred to the purchaser when full payment was received at the end of the lease term. All instalments were received and the Company transferred the domain name during the quarter ended June 30, 2010.

I speculated last year that the company was in the process of selling the domain name. But it looks like the sale didn’t happen until this year. In April the whois record for changed to Sedo. Then by early July, after the last of the scheduled payments was due, the domain transferred to a new owner in Wisconsin.

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