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Hop.in : Details on the company that spent $50,000 dollars on it

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It’s very rare that we hear LLL .in domains selling for five figures, and HOP.in sold on Sedo for $50,000 dollars.

The Indian ccTLD is used since its launch as a “brand” enhancer, and in this case it creates a domain hack effect, for “hop in.”

Which company spent $50k on a .in domain?

As it turns out, it’s … Hopin, “the first all-in-one live online events platform where attendees can learn, interact, and connect with people from anywhere in the world.”

Hopin.to – domain rebranding to HOP.in

Operating from Hopin.to, the British company raised $6.5 million dollars in venture capital in February.

Could they have spent the same to get Hopin.com?

Quite unlikely, as it’s owned by Greek tourism firm, Hop In Sightseeing, established in 1952. We believe that to get Hopin.com, seven figures would be appropriate, but that would use up most of the investment funding available to Hopin.


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One Response to “Hop.in : Details on the company that spent $50,000 dollars on it”
  1. Daver says:

    Thanks for sharing.. Hop In is a good domain hack.

    I could feel .IN has some potential.. I am aware of sales like Pop.in, Zoe.in, Walk.in ..etc in xxxxx usd range. I also noticed Daaz.com is giving a great place for acquiring .in domain names as they have a good auction inventory and better than any other market place …

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