3 LLL.com Domain Names Lead GreatDomains Auction

The first GreatDomains auction of 2017 ended today, and a little more than $170,000 worth of domain names were sold via Sedo. The top three sales for the auction were three letter .com (LLL.com) domain names. A four number .com domain name had a strong showing as well. Five auctions hit five figures.

The top auction sale was LXW.com, which sold for $47,011. The second highest sale was TSD.com, which sold for $41,001. I would not be surprised if these domain names end up with Chinese registrants, but we will need to wait and see once the sales close.

As always, the GreatDomains auction ended this afternoon, so these sales have probably not closed yet. Sedo will report their closed sales to NameBio and DNJournal once the deals are concluded.

Here is the list of sales from this month’s auction:

Domain Currency Max Bid
lxw.com $US 47011
tsd.com $US 41001
dik.com $US 22066
1784.com $US 16500
papa.de EUR 14500
ceramica.com EUR 7888
van.de EUR 3510
steam.co.uk GBP 3300
mummy.co.uk GBP 2050
daddy.co.uk GBP 2000
6kb.com $US 1550
sval.com $US 1250
6pb.com $US 1200
6lp.com $US 1184
6nb.com $US 1161
7gl.com $US 1100
oxo.eu EUR 999
tdn.de EUR 766
y0.de EUR 499
smartglasses.de EUR 499
mcru.com $US 499

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  1. Agree 3LLL = Chinese registrants makes sense when the pinyin term / brand is in realty focused on the Chinese centric markets. Almost impossible to contact people directly not sure Sedo have the right affiliate contacts in China ? nor do Uniregistry who still try to blow against the wind in China with TDLT’s that make no sense.

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