A single dictionary word domain name in a biotechnically important area. Genotyping refers to determining genetic differences through examination of the DNA sequence. This widely used forensic biology methodology is the heart of numerous modern biotechnological and medical processes. The name is ideal for a biotech research or service business or consultant, or a reference site.
The name genotype.com sold for $3000. Numerous domain names including gene or geno have sold, including genomics.ai ($6575), GenomeLabs.com ($5500), DirectGenomics.com ($4000), GeneTrade.com ($6000), GeneticData.com ($4230), GeneResearch.com ($3200), GeneticTest.com ($3050) and many others. Genetics.com sold ffor $150,000 in 2016.
Domain names ending in the suffix ed have sold about 130 times with an average price of about $3900 (NameBio). A few examples include pranked ($13,100); healthed ($12,000), finded ($4950), ramped ($3999), fooded ($3000), sensored ($2555) and many more, although some were probably meant as an abbreviation for education, for example HealthEd. In genotyped the past makes sense, since the product is providing a genotype.
Why not secure this domain name before it is gone forever? Open to reasonable offers.
With a background in science, technology and education, many of the domain names I carry are from those fields. I handle both legacy extensions (such as .com) and new domain extensions that I see working as elegant domain name phrases. The right domain name can be a critical step in effectively telling your story. Thanks for visiting, and I hope you will find just what you were looking for!