Sells for 50k EUR at Great Domains Auction

Sedo’s monthly Great Domains auction concluded today, and the largest sale was, which sold for 50,000 EUR ($55,975 USD at today’s currency conversion rate). was the second highest sale at 22,500 EUR ($25,192 USD at today’s currency conversion rate).

Although many of the domain names received 4 and 5 figure bids, only 9 of the domain names were sold at auction today. There were quite a few three letter .com domain names up for sale, and most did not hit their reserve prices. The auction grossed over $100,000 worth of sales.

Listed below are the domain names that sold with their sale prices. Keep in mind that since the auction closed today, payments for these domain names likely have not yet been remitted.

February 2015 Great Domains results:

  • EUR 50000
  • EUR 22500
  • $US 16055
  • $US 8100
  • EUR 4600
  • EUR 1701
  • EUR 999
  • EUR 389
  • $US 310
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