With just hours remaining, several good domain names have met their reserves.
Sedo’s January Great Domains auction concludes at noon EST today. With just hours to go, several high quality domains have met their reserve prices and should go much higher in the final hours.
I’m surprised to see that Fired.com had such a low reserve. The domain has met the reserve and is at $10,100. The owner had been asking much more, but there’s still time for the domain to attract more bids. As you may recall, Fired.com was subject to a no-brainer UDRP last year, and the case won my “Domainer Dunce” award for 2008.
FindaDate.com, an active dating web site, is up to $13,166 with 11 bids. Myopia.com, which means “short sightedness”, has met its reserve at $4,999. I expect Adverbs.com to go much higher from its current $651, especially with 16 bids placed already.
A number of three character domains have met their reserves and are between $3,000-$5,000, including fqz.com, jgf.com, mrq.com, mwx.com, fzf.com, vzj.com, and vxx.com.
Gaps.com has scored 60 bids and is up to $9,800. Storming.com, at $460, should go up before the hammer goes down. And Starship.com, which got off to a bang thanks to having no reserve, has attracted a staggering 87 bids up to $5,300.
Forgive.com is gaining momentum at $5,800 and Cheetahs.com is running fast at $2,850.
A certain blogger should consider picking up Koz.net ($510) and Koz.com ($6,600), because people have a tough time spelling his nickname correctly.