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$5 Million Domain Auction

Mar 9, 2021 | Features

$5 million on domain auction

Bird.com, Fish.com & Tattoo.com Sell for a Total of Nearly $5 Million in RightofTheDot’s Live Online Domain Auction

RightOfTheDot.com Founder Monte Cahn and World Champion Auctioneer Wayne Wheat were expecting big things from the live online domain auction they staged this afternoon (Thursday, February 25, 2021) from a studio in College Station, Texas. When the smoke cleared at the end of the four-hour event, Cahn, Wheat, Wayne’s energetic assistant, Lev, and the auction support staff had delivered in a big way. They put a catalog of 108 top tier domains up for sale and two of those smashed the seven-figure barrier with a third one hitting high six figures.

Just a few minutes later, Cahn was ringing the cowbell again as Wheat yelled SOLD to close another seven-figure sale, this one for Fish.com at $1.6 million! That wasn’t the end of the fireworks either – after ringing up a series of smaller sales, lightning struck again with Tattoo.com going for $750,000. It was equally stunning to learn that the same, as yet unidentified, buyer bought all three of the most expensive domains, laying out $4.85 million to acquire three true gems.

As of this writing we haven’t yet seen a complete list of the auction results we can tell you a companion online auction will continue running until March 4. It includes all of the domains not sold today, plus approximately 500 additional domains that were not among those hand picked for today’s live event.

Congratulations to Monte, Wayne and their entire support crew on producing a landmark event that will go a long way to further underscoring the value of top tier domains – the beachfront property of Internet real estate.

ARTICLE FROM: https://www.dnjournal.com/archive/lowdown/2021/dailyposts/20210225.htm

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