September’s GreatDomains Auction Results

Sedo’s Great Domains monthly auction concluded yesterday. I wrote about the $25,000 sale of in the afternoon, but that domain name was not the largest sale in the auction. That honor went to, which sold for 37,010 EUR (approximately $41,283).

Following these two sales, was sold for 22000 EUR, which is a bit less than $25,000 at today’s exchange rate. The auction totaled a bit less than $125,000. Perhaps interestingly, more than half of the winning auctions were for .de domain names (German ccTLD), and more than half of the auctions were in Euros instead of US dollars.

The entire list of auction sales is below. Keep in mind that the deals most likely have not yet completed since the auction ended yesterday. As such, they should not be recorded as closed sales yet. EUR 37010 $US 25000 EUR 22000 EUR 5100 $US 4500 EUR 4000 EUR 3766 EUR 3400 EUR 1700 $US 905 EUR 561 $US 510 EUR 499 EUR 476 EUR 461 EUR 414 EUR 385 EUR 367 EUR 344 $US 260 $US 170 $US 130 $US 119

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. in my opinion Great Sedo auctions is loosing selling attraction, the relation between domain value and sold auction price is too low to make this marketplace good for sellers. What’s your opinion?


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