The domain name BitcoinWallet.com was sold $250,000 last February 5, 2014 to an entrepreneur named
Alex Charfen and it’s now a live website.
Just in cased you missed the new, here’s the article from CoinDesk.com.
It’s a neat concept of virtual wallet, instead of sharing your random digital information you get to choose a sub-domain name. For example, instead of sharing my official bitcoin wallet 1GwRqfKGMBG2VCuqNqp71cZk5zfPku88Yj, I now have to remember this new sub-domain name or the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) URL Address of https://credit.bitcoinwallet.com web page that contains all my bitcoin public information.
Disclaimer. I used my “real” https://credit.bitcoinwallet.com virtual wallet web page.
It just under two months of exchanging the domain name ownership and it’s now live. Hats off to the management of Bitcoin Wallet. Go visit BitcoinWallet.com and create your own bitcoin address.