The Castello Bros scored a juicy domain sale with

Legendary domain investors, Castello Bros, have scored a juicy sale as was sold for $40,000 dollars.

As we reported yesterday, the domain name was sold via the Sedo network. was registered in 1998, almost certainly by Michael Castello or David Castello, at a time when many premium keywords were still available.

Fruta means “fruit” in Spanish, but also in other languages, such as modern Greek: From frutu, corresponding to Late Latin fructa, from Latin fructus.

Holding a quality domain for 25 years eventually bears fruit. 🙂 Congratulations to the Castello Bros for yet another great sale, on the heels of

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4 Responses to “The Castello Bros scored a juicy domain sale with”
  1. MJR says:

    Quite juicy for the buyer. That’s an awful result for the name.

    Buyer 1, Castello 0

  2. We’ve never had a final offer over 10K. Wanted 50K. Weren’t going to pass on 40K. Neither of us speak Spanish. LOL

  3. DomainGang says:

    MJR – One fruit in the hand beats ten fruit in the market. Or something like that.

    David – A job well done. I’ve a hunch it’d become a fintech or crypto brand. There’s only so much money in apricots and grapes.

  4. ESdomains says:

    A 40K sale on a Spanish generic is actually great! Spanish .com names have lost the appeal they had 10-20 years ago as ccTLDs keep strengthening their presence in Spanish speaking countries. There are a few exceptions of course and some that could be brand material for the English speaking/international markets, but anything around the 5 mid figures is a good outcome, so congrats to the Castello Brothers 🙂

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