What’s happening at T.R.A.F.F.I.C.?

The latest T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conference is underway, with domain names being sold left right and centre. But one domain name that didn’t get sold was WallStreet.com, which some news reports had predicted would become the number one domain sale on the charts.The highest bid was US$3million, substantially under the reserve of $4million to $5million reserve set by the owners. Currently WallStreet.com seems to be just a parking page with links to financial information. Last sold in 2005 for $1.03million and is the 40th highest sale according to SoldNames.com. Nudging it down a place though is Computer.com, sold for $2.2 million at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Computer.com last sold in 1999 for $500,000. Computer.com would now be the equal 18th highest domain name sale.Other notable sales included (courtesy of DomainNameWire):

  • investment.com – $900,000
  • sportinggoods.com – $450,000
  • cowboys.com – $275,000
  • table.com – $260,000
  • crosswordpuzzles.com – $210,000
  • criminallawyers.com – $195,000
  • promotion.com – $170,000
  • poker.mobi – $150,000
  • ringtones.mobi – $145,000
  • caribbeanvacations.com – $130,000
  • newlyweds.com – $130,000
  • singlesonline.com – $125,000
  • news.mobi – $110,000

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