Results from Sedo’s Keyword Domain Auction

Sedo hosted a keyword domain name auction that ended earlier today, and the full list of sales are below. There were 82 domain names that sold in the auction, and the gross revenue was just north of $30,000 USD.

The largest sale in auction was, which sold for 8100 EUR. sold for 2788 EUR, and sold for $2,051.

The full list of sales is below. As usual, the report was sent the same day the auction closed, so these results are not yet confirmed. Once the buyers submit payment and the domain names are transferred to the new registrants, Sedo will report the closed sales to DNJournal and NameBio.

(Update – this was a “Great Domains” monthly auction)

Sedo Keyword Domain Auction – May 2020:

Domain Currency Max Bid EUR 8100 EUR 2788 $US 2051 GBP 1550 $US 1002 EUR 700 $US 700 $US 500 $US 454 EUR 439 EUR 380 GBP 353 $US 330 $US 310 $US 310 EUR 300 EUR 280 $US 260 EUR 260 $US 260 GBP 220 GBP 211 $US 211 $US 210 EUR 190 EUR 190 GBP 171 $US 169 EUR 145 EUR 139 EUR 139 $US 133 GBP 130 EUR 130 $US 130 $US 129 $US 120 $US 119 GBP 110 EUR 109 EUR 109 EUR 109 EUR 109 EUR 109 EUR 109 EUR 109 EUR 109 EUR 109 $US 109 EUR 99 $US 99 GBP 99 $US 99 $US 99 EUR 99 $US 99 EUR 99 EUR 99 EUR 99 $US 99 EUR 99 $US 99 GBP 99 EUR 99 $US 99 $US 99 EUR 99 EUR 99 EUR 99 $US 99 $US 99 $US 99 $US 99 $US 99 EUR 99 $US 99 EUR 99 EUR 99 GBP 99 $US 99 EUR 99 $US 90

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  1. All the names, and even better ones, when listed on domain blogs, such as TheDomains, get no action from domainers. They prefer to pay high prices for junk and dot nets at Sedo, and Godaddy.

  2. I can honestly say I wouldn’t hand reg but a dozen of these if available today. There were a few deals had, go back ten years and most these would be 4-5 figure names, damn you google 😀

  3. The marketing was shoddy, highlighting names and in banner ads, both of which make no grammatical sense (and both look like they didn’t get a single bid). Who is in charge of Sedo? It is a long spiral down.

    No way does this auction deserve the title “Great Domains”.

  4. Come on… it’s obvious… a friend of Sedo wanted to get rid of their junk names, so Sedo took those in for the auction. All those .net’s?? Pigeon doodoo.


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