With 3 days to go, TS.org leads 1-2 character .org auction at $2,475

Go Daddy’s auction of one and two character .org domain names ends on Thursday, and plenty of the lower priced domains are seeing action.

Go Daddy's .org auction is part of Public Interest Registry's Project 94. Up to 94 one and two character .org domains will be allocated.

Go Daddy’s .org auction is part of Public Interest Registry’s Project 94. Up to 94 one and two character .org domains will be allocated.

[Update: the auction has been extended until April 4.] As of the time of posting, TS.org has the highest bid at $2,475 with 5 bidders and 16 bids.

Other two character domains, including b3.org, e3.org and c2.org, have also attracted lots of bids.

Two letter domains start at $1,000 with no reserve and two character domains that have at least one digit start at $10 with no reserve.

Single letter domains have steep minimum bids of $50,000 and a reserve on top of that.

As of right now no bids have been placed on the single letter domains, but only a fool would bid on one of those domains several days before the auction ends.

Bidders need to get qualified and there’s a verification process for bids over $2,500, so interested buyers shouldn’t wait until the last minute to register.

The auction is part of Public Interest Registry’s Project 94, in which it will allocate up to 94 one and two character domain names. A second batch of domains will be auctioned at NameJet.

Comments

  1. ChuckWagen says

    If I was bidding on one of these I’d be furious.

    Also, I thought there was to be a special application process (through PIR) for acquiring one of these? Or was that just a bunch of “core values” hogwash?

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