The latest Great Domains auction starts at Sedo today and there are some heavyweight names on the list. PrivateEquity.com, VentureCapital.com and Soft.com to name a few.
One of the names on there is OpenSea.com, Opensea.io is home to the large NFT marketplace that has been in the news all year for many reasons.
OpenSea logged a record $3.4 billion in transaction volume in August, according to Dune Analytics.
CNBC reported last month that there has been insider trading going on at the platform. The company now valued at $1.5 billion, said on a blog post mentioned in the CNBC article:
“Yesterday we learned that one of our employees purchased items that they knew were set to display on our front page before they appeared there publicly,” the company wrote in a blog post Wednesday.
Crunchbase shows the company has raised over $127 million in funding.
There is a healthy reserve for the name on Sedo in the $500,000 – $999,999 range. According to DotDB.com the name opensea is registered in 424 extensions.
In the lower reserved names I think there will be a lot of action on 5g.co and Comedy.org, both with just $99 reserve price.
Here is a link to all 170 names being auctioned at Sedo’s Great Domains auction.
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