Great Domains Auction Results

Sedo’s Great Domains monthly auction closed this afternoon, and the auction netted around $85,000 in sales. sold for a bit over $10,000 while sold for just under $10,000 (the sale was in EUR).

The auctions that met their reserve prices and sold are listed below. Since the auction just closed today, most of these are still in escrow. 10050 $US 7600 EUR 6600 $US 6300 EUR 6150 EUR 4800 $US 4000 $US 2450 $US 2429 £ 2350 £ 1550 EUR 1050 EUR 999 EUR 999 $US 950 EUR 950 $US 888 $US 827 EUR 700 EUR 700 EUR 700 EUR 660 EUR 659 £ 650 EUR 600 EUR 499 EUR 490 EUR 401 $US 400 EUR 385 EUR 350 EUR 350 EUR 300 EUR 188 £ 164 £ 160 EUR 160 EUR 135 £ 135 £ 134 £ 134 £ 130 $US 124 £ 100 EUR 100 $US 100 $US 99 £

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. That is annoying to know that sold. It was listed on Sedo for auction a month or two back and I bid without it reaching reserve. I would have bid higher in this auction had I known it was on the block for 877 Euro. No email from Sedo or anything – they left money on the table!

  2. No end user pricing here, this is strictly bidder between domainers, when I saw the prices, I was a bit shocked as nothing great about this, I sell worse names to end users with .01% of the visibility.


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