Final 2018 Great Domains Auction Results

Sedo’s final Great Domains auction of 2018 concluded yesterday, and there were quite a few domain names that sold. I am not sure why, but Pain.com was not listed in their sale report. TheDomains.com reported that the name sold for $399,999, but this sale was not included in the report I received.

I reached out to a Sedo representative about the non-disclosure of Pain.com and here’s what I was told:

“Sedo is not disclosing proactively the sale of Pain.com. While we are aware that any auction is always happening publicly, Sedo has an agreement in place with the parties involved in this particular auction not to share any information about the sale proactively. As such, this is why we aren’t commenting on the specifics of this individual case.”

Beyond this, GGN.com was the largest reported sale, closing at $29,000 USD. Dossier.com sold for $27,000 USD, and DAZ.com sold for $25,500. Even without the Pain.com sale included in the report, the auction resulted in the sale of nearly $150,000 worth of domain names.

The results of the auction are listed below. As you should know, these auctions just closed yesterday so the deals have not likely transacted yet. Sedo will report its sales to NameBio and DNJournal once they close:

Domain Currency Max Bid
ggn.com $US 29000
dossier.com $US 27000
daz.com $US 25500
eum.com $US 17400
azh.com $US 15000
zuj.com EUR 10099
lf.de EUR 6000
prepayment.com EUR 3300
london.info $US 3133
sbh.net EUR 1550
bitcoinvault.com $US 1351
bangkok.info $US 999
world.info $US 999
holland.info $US 999
infobar.com EUR 699
rajm.com EUR 380
cloudprojects.com EUR 179
handballwetten.de EUR 129
zywi.com EUR 119
jyhe.com EUR 109

Elliot Silver
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  1. Like many my I shed all but the com or cc’s but do like the .AI as it is now a generic term ? picked up a couple of Chinese 2/3 pinyin terms, noted Alibaba have scooped up most 1&2 pinyin terms, not saying do it but the WeChat generation is not traditional, think the .com generic / cognitive root domains time has come again in a AI world !!

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