Sedo: Auction results of the 3-letter auction topped by at $25,000 dollars

Sedo held a week-long auction involving domain names that are exactly 3-letters long, ending in .com, .net, and .org.

The auction took place from May 18th to May 25th, 2023 and involved a total of 157 domains submitted by Sedo sellers.

The results of the auction were provided by Sedo; a total of 34 domain names were sold, for a total sum of $47,028 dollars.

Here is the full list of sold domain names—prices are in US dollars: 25000 2534 1300 1250 1011 950 926 911 900 888 805 750 659 659 579 559 500 499 499 499 499 499 499 499 499 450 380 343 330 299 299 254 250 250
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3 Responses to “Sedo: Auction results of the 3-letter auction topped by at $25,000 dollars”
  1. Michael says:

    The reserves for the .com names seemed very reasonable. So that only one .com sold shows the market is not great right now.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Michael – The LLL market was driven by investors and China’s short domain craze in the past. With crypto, NFT etc. becoming a distracting factor, volume has dropped. However, LLL domains can be a good investment still. I saw some of the LLL .com reserves and they were on the upper end of the price range, which is fine. Auctions aren’t liquidation sales.

  3. Michael says:

    I definitely agree they can be good investments and that this auction type does not attract many end-users.

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