No .Global Domains Were Sold At The Namejet Extended Auction

.Global domains had a great auction at ICANN 50 but that didn’t continue to the extended auction at Namejet. No .Global domains were sold at the namejet extended auction because no domain reached it’s reserve. Media.global got a $2,750 bid but didn’t sell. Other 4-figure bids included email.global for $1,007 and invest.global for $1,550.

Namejet.com teamed up with with .Global Registry and Right Of The Dot to hold an Online/Live auction during the ICANN London Conference for 82 premium .Global domain names. 35 out of the 82 domains were sold for a total value of $63,780. Highlight sales included Banking.Global that sold for $12,000, Sports.Global that sold for $8,000 and IDW.Global that got $5,200.

Namejet.com handled the pre-bidding on the domains before the live auction and all domains that didn’t meet reserve went to a 2-week extended auction at Namejet.

Here are the .Global extended auction results from yesterday:

Domain Name Price Reserve Met
roaming.global $200 No
website.global $179 No
invest.global $1550 No
media.global $2750 No
shipping.global $750 No
app.global $199 No
seo.global $250 No
soccer.global $500 No
shop.global $600 No
lotto.global $300 No
airline.global $69 No
football.global $70 No
stocks.global $160 No
trading.global $260 No
futbol.global $69 No
delivery.global $160 No
cannabis.global $500 No
design.global $179 No
email.global $1007 No
legal.global $260 No
markets.global $150 No
wine.global $500 No
book.global $179 No
advertise.global $329 No
420.global $500 No
currency.global $250 No
patents.global $255 No
racing.global $250 No
antiques.global $0 No
baseball.global $0 No
beer.global $69 No
biotech.global $300 No
bitcoins.global $900 No
carrental.global $69 No
commodity.global $69 No
diamonds.global $110 No
gamble.global $105 No
gas.global $110 No
give.global $200 No
jewelry.global $156 No
kids.global $69 No
mining.global $110 No
oilandgas.global $0
onlinepoker.global $69 No
socialmedia.global $0 No
steel.global $69 No
webspeed.global $0
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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

2 comments

  1. Really? I find it incredible that no companies were willing to pay a premium to watch their dumb-ass gtld cause brand confusion, leak traffic to the .com and, ultimately, fail! Wow, who could have ever predicted this unforeseen turn of events?

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