Sedo Great Domains March 2014 Auction Results

Sedo’s March Great Domains auction concluded yesterday, and the results are listed below. The largest sale was for the domain name, which sold for over $200,000. In total, the auction closed at a little under $250,000 USD. I noticed a couple of other domain names that had decent bids, but they did not meet the auction reserve price.

Great Domains March 2014 auction results:

Domain Currency Max Bid $US 200002 $US 10000 $US 4800 EUR 3602 $US 3533 $US 2700 EUR 2050 EUR 1750 $US 1665 EUR 1300 EUR 1003 EUR 999 $US 827 EUR 700 EUR 600 EUR 370 $US 310 EUR 210 $US 109 EUR 99 EUR 99 EUR 99 $US 99 $US 99 EUR 99 EUR 99

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