First cut at premium domain names looks promising.
It’s been six months since Moniker and TRAFFIC teamed up to shatter a domain name auction record, selling over $10M in domains in an afternoon. Since that time no auctions have come close to this record.
After reviewing the first cut of premium domains for next month’s TRAFFIC conference in Las Vegas, it looks like this one can shatter the previous record. There’s a big caveat though: it depends on the reserves on these domains.
Here’s an initial list of domains:
A couple things jump out at me:
-It looks like Marc Ostrofsky is selling some of his domains. Bachelor.com stands out to me. Ostrofsky bought this domain (along with .net/.org) at a 2005 auction for $125,000.
-When combined with internet bidding with SnapNames, more bidders will participate than ever before.