After getting $3 Million for the domain name, Candy.com is finally hosting an online store for candies. You name a candy and Candy.com has it for you , no matter where you are in the U.S. The site is now owned by G&J Holdings an online candy retailer and we hope they are able to sell candies fast enough to prove that $3 Million domain name wasn’t a bad move at all. I had said so earlier that the name is unique and deserved every cent off that price, though I was a bit skeptic about what exactly its buyer do about it, of course other than selling candies.
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