Many more are getting on the ChatRoulette bandwagon. In early April we wrote about the sale of Nasty.com for $200,000 on the Sedo Marketplace. What hadn’t been reported before our story, was that the previous owners of Nasty.com had purchased the name for the same amount of $200,000 in 2006. Whether they had raked in profit or were cash-strapped, they sold the domain name earlier this month and now the new owners are pointing the domain name Nasty.com over to Fetish.com – or Fetish Chat Roulette as the site is called.
Owner of Nasty.com, Owns Roulette Domains too
The owner of Nasty.com and Fetish.com also owns SexRoulette.com. The sites run basically the same setup as Chatroulette.com, only the sites are targeted specifically to uncensored webcams geared towards adults.
In March 2010, Fetish.com and SexRoulette.com had almost the same traffic, with about 4,000 unique visitors to each site. With Nasty.com being redirected to Fetish.com now, the numbers will change. In 2009, Nasty.com reached as many as 60,000 unique visitors per month but as of last month’s Compete report, traffic had sunk to 15,000 visitors.
Will Nasty.com stay redirected?
Or will it only be a matter of time before it has its own chatroulette-like website to call its own?
And in case you’re wondering, FetishChatroulette.com is not registered at the time of this story. Not that it’s a winning name by any means, but Fetish.com is promoting its website as “Fetish Chat Roulette”, not as “Fetish Roulette”. RouletteFetish.com is also available for hand registration.
Update: One of our readers registered both RouletteFetish.com and FetishChatRoulette.com shortly after this story appeared online.