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Great Domains Results: Bier.DE Sold for 149,000 EUR (Updated)

The Great Domains monthly auction hosted by Sedo ended this afternoon. Bier.DE sold for 149,000 EUR, which is approximately $161,000 USD at today’s exchange rate. In addition to this sale, 5 other domain names sold for five figures each, with the $18,500 sale of KTG and the $15,000 sale of Louise.com also leading the pack. A total of 24 domain names were sold in this month’s auction.

Once the sale of Bier.DE closes, it will rank as the second largest .DE sale in the last 5 years, according to NameBio. Kaffee.DE sold for $237,474 in 2017. This sale will also rank as the second largest public ccTLD sale of the year, behind the sale of Free.co.uk, which sold for $205,000 last month (per DNJournal).

Plains.com Sold for $115,000 via Sedo

Sedo Sr. Broker Dave Evanson announced that he successfully brokered the sale of Plains.com for $115,000. The sale was announced by Dave this morning on Twitter:

Results from Sedo’s 4L .com Auction

Sedo hosted a 4 letter .com domain name auction this past week, and the auction concluded this afternoon. In total, 150 4L .com domain names were sold in the auction, and the results of the auction have been posted below. It looks like around $30,000 USD worth of sales transacted, but the figure is difficult to calculate since there are multiple currencies. The currency for most of the sales is EUR.

The auction concluded today, so I doubt any of these sales closed yet. Sedo will report the sales to DNJournal and NameBio once the domain names are purchased and are transferred to the new buyers.

Results from Sedo’s 4 letter .com domain auction, April 2020:

Sedo and InterNetX to Host Global Domain Report Webinar

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Earlier this year, Sedo and InterNetX published their 2019 Global Domain Report, which includes domain name sales data, trend reports, and other insight into the domain name aftermarket. On Thursday (April 2, 2020) at 11 AM Eastern, Sedo and InterNetX will be hosting a free webinar to discuss the findings from this report:

Sedo: PIN # Now Required for Calls

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Sedo sent out an email to customers overnight letting them know about a change to its policy to enhance account security. Whenever a customer calls in to Sedo’s customer service phone number, they will be required to provide a personal communication PIN number to authenticate their account and verify that they are the account holder. The PIN number is also required when communicating with Sedo via an email address not associated with a particular customer account.

You can find your customer communication PIN number in the dashboard of your “My Sedo” area. Here’s an example of where to find this PIN number:

OA.com Sold for €554,000 via Sedo Auction

Sedo’s monthly auction ended today, and OA.com sold for €554,000. The auction sale price was reported by Sedo broker Frank Tillmanns in a tweet this afternoon:

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