NamesCon Europe to Host Domain Auction

In an email sent to NamesCon newsletter subscribers this morning, conference organizers announced there will be a live domain name auction with concurrent online bidding held during NamesCon Europe. The auction will be held on June 20th at 5pm (WET). The online auction will be held via NameJet.

Right of the Dot (Monte Cahn’s company) has started accepting domain name submissions for the auction. People interested in selling domain names in the auction can submit them via the ROTD website. As with every auction, people should review the auction terms and requirements before submitting their domain names for consideration.

Conference organizers also gave a special conference price offer in the email. NamesCon Europe conference passes can be bought for a “discounted rate of 399 €” until May 4th.

Here’s the announcement:

“Get ready for the first-ever NamesCon Europe Domain Auction! NamesCon, NameJet, and RightOfTheDot are teaming up once again to bring you an exciting, fast-paced live auction, where you can put your instincts and skills to the test. We love bringing you the chance to add value to your portfolio, and we know you love scoring those hot names!

The live auction takes place June 20 at 5pm WET: it’s going to be true premium names only! Registration information will come along shortly, so stay tuned. Meanwhile, you can score preferential pricing by grabbing your NamesCon Europe ticket today!

Registration is now open at an discounted rate of 399 €, but act quickly: this rate only lasts until May 4!”

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the 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


  1. I sure hope they won’t fail to have the Estibot “appraisal” which each listing this time as with previous auctions. People need to see the domains are only worth 10% or less of the reserves.

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