Sedo Sells 35 Names in First Great Domains Auction of 2019

The first Great Domains auction of 2019 concluded today on Sedo, and the results of the auction are listed below. In total, 35 domain names were sold in the auction. The total value of the sales a little more than $100,000 USD.

The largest sale of the auction was, which sold for $29,888 USD. Following this sale was the sale of for $19,999 USD. was the third largest sale of the auction, with a sale price of $19,000 USD. A .de domain name sold for 7500 EUR to round out the top four sales.

Because the auction ended today, these sales have not yet closed. Sedo will report the sales to NameBio and DNJournal for archiving once the deals have transacted. If you missed out on any names that did not hit reserve, you can connect with a Sedo broker to see if they can help close a deal post-auction.

February 2019 Great Domains Auction Results: $US 29888 $US 19999 $US 19000 EUR 7500 $US 4999 EUR 4999 EUR 4999 EUR 999 EUR 560 EUR 510 $US 499 $US 499 $US 499 $US 499 $US 499 GBP 485 EUR 485 $US 400 $US 335 $US 310 EUR 179 GBP 164 $US 159 GBP 155 $US 150 $US 149 $US 140 $US 140 $US 139 GBP 130 $US 119 $US 119
rucksä EUR 109 $US 109 $US 109

Elliot Silver
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  1. Who do you think we have to thank for low prices like that for the first three?

    The industry drinking and serving the destructive Kool-Aid. Aiding and abetting self-destruction.

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