Sedo Great Domains April Auction Results

The Great Domains monthly auction for April concluded today, and the sales results are below. In total, eight domain names were sold in this auction. was the largest sale at 31000 EUR (approximately $33,575 USD). I believe Veilingen means something related to auctions in Dutch.

There were four 3 letter domain names sold in this auction. Two of those sales were .com domain names. Interestingly, only two of the ten total sales were .com domain names. Four of the sales were ccTLD domain names.

The full list of sold domain names was published below. Keep in mind that this auction concluded today, and it is likely that the buyers have not completed their purchases yet. As such, these deals should be considered pending until Sedo officially reports the domain names as sold.

April Great Domains Results:

  • EUR 31000
  • $US 16500
  • $US 16500
  • GBP 4999
  • $US 975
  • GBP 651
  • EUR 499
  • EUR 499
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