Farming.org is Top Great Domains Sale

A .org domain name achieved the highest sale price in Sedo’s monthly Great Domains Auction, which ended this afternoon. Farming.org sold today for $9,500, surpassing the $9,300 sale of Trisha.com and $7,600 sale of Deserts.com. Flammable.com sold for $5,300. In total, 31 domain names were sold in this month’s auction for a total of nearly $60,000 USD.

These auctions just ended this afternoon and have not yet closed. Once the domain names are paid for and transferred, Sedo will report them to DNJournal and NameBio for archiving.

The June 2020 Great Domains Auction results are below:

farming.org $US 9500
trisha.com $US 9300
deserts.com $US 7600
flammable.com $US 5300
autokredite.de EUR 4999
countryproperty.com $US 4500
rxin.com $US 3250
sellhouses.com $US 2988
aniseed.com $US 1250
bitcoinloan.net $US 1049
bhf.de EUR 1000
rosepetals.com EUR 888
wildfleisch.de EUR 799
gardendecorations.com $US 660
down.io EUR 600
flautas.com EUR 600
equp.com $US 499
vxg.de EUR 498
forgives.net GBP 200
businessexperten.de EUR 151
aqfa.com $US 141
tafelsalz.de EUR 130
moneyspecialists.com $US 129
sneakersales.co.uk EUR 109
debtsolutions.net EUR 100
jls.uk GBP 99
limit.uk GBP 99
nif.es EUR 99
mascarillas.com.es EUR 99
hortalizas.es EUR 99
spikebikes.com $US 70

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

5 COMMENTS

  1. $60k in net proceeds is not going to help pay the bills over at Sedo.

    They should really look at the reserves for many of these names, which are quite high. Low or no reserve names will sell. Farming.org was a low reserve and it took the top spot.

    No sense in having tons of bids and no sale is completed. Everyone loses and it’s a waste of time for all parties.

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