If you missed my post about why HUVE.com could possibly be worth all that moolah when it sold on Ebay the other day, when the typical registration fee for a domain hovers around a mere $10 or so and these 4 letters mean approximately nothing, here’s a small update on the seller:
DNGeek.com identified the seller as Tim Schoon of PEJ.com of the Netherlands. PEJ “trades, brokers and develops premium domain names. Because domain names are the real estate of the internet.” Yep.
Schoon sold 150 LLLL.com domains on ebay recently. Seems it’s tax time in the Netherlands and Tim wanted some fast cash. (That can be the downside of too much success.)