Thought Convergence auction brings in big bucks on its second day.
The second day of the Thought Convergence auction at NameJet and SnapNames was a strong one.
Aftermarket.com met its reserve with a high bid of $260,001. This domain was used by Thought Convergence for its domain name marketplace many years ago. I think a domain service is the best and highest use for this domain, although it could also be used for aftermarket parts.
Threat.com met its reserve with a high bid of $176,000. It’s a great security domain. At this price, I wonder if it was a domain investor or an end user who bought it. It could realistically be either.
Other notable auction closings today include faithful.com for $50,444, idea.net for $18,000, stunts.com for $16,055, expiration.com for $15,506, and download.org for $10,001.
Note that I’m not tracking all of the Thought Convergence auctions, and these auctions have not necessarily been paid for.
The remainder of the auctions end tomorrow.
Post link: Aftermarket.com sells for $260k, Threat.com for $176,000
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