This is clearly a speculative matter, but I am wondering what you think i.CO might be worth in light of the recent news that Amazon bought A.CO, K.CO, and Z.CO. Please vote in the poll below.
Terms of that deal were not disclosed, so we don’t have comparable, but I do understand that Amazon bought the domain names rather than having been awarded them. It can be assumed that these domain names will be used by the company in some way, although the usage hasn’t been disclosed yet.
We do know that e.CO sold at auction for over $80,000 in the first public sale of a single letter .CO domain name, and Overstock paid over $300,000 for O.CO. Twitter was awarded T.CO, which they use as a url shortener, and Go Daddy was awarded X.CO, which is also used as a url shortener.
Moniker is currently brokering the i.CO domain name, and from what I understand, a number of companies have expressed an interest in acquiring the domain name. The initial plan was to auction the domain name, but they later changed it to a brokerage deal instead, figuring it would produce a higher value sale.
So what do you think i.CO is worth? Vote below: