There’s nothing hotter in the domain sphere than crypto names.  And before crypto coins there were just coins.  And who is the king of the rare coin auction market?  Heritage Auctions.  They have been buying coin names for their auction house for years.   Aron Meystedt has run the domain investing side of the business and he pointed out to owners that they were sitting on some pretty valuable names and has convinced them to sell many of the names.   So here you go


This was the email from Aaron with the names and a little background

Again, these are all Heritage owned names. We have owned most of these for many years. Some would be amazing brands for ventures – I put the ones I like in BOLD.
All are prices based on the opportunity in the crypto space – but also based on the traditional coin market – of which Heritage
sells more coins annually than any other firm globally. Many of these are owned to block competitors in the traditional coin markets. $80K $150K (start a crypto lending platform. The Domain Capital of the crypto space) $80K $3K $3K $50K (not crypto but a great name) $100K $100K $2K $80K $20K $50K $10K $10K $50K (give Coin Market Cap a run for their ‘digital’ money) $20K $40K $2k $5K $5K $2K $2K $20K $20K (the plural version is for sale at $275,000 by another seller) $80K SOLD! $7500 $10K $5K


If you would like to purchase a name you can contact Aron HERE

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5 Replies to “Heritage Auctions Decides to Sell Some of their Coin Names…And They’re Damn Good”

  1. What did H Coin sell for? Did they publish a BIN?

    I was fortunate to pick up a few kw+coin domains before the crypto explosion; inquiries often.

    I’m sticking to a $10k $15k minimum, if the market picks back up higher IMO depending ont he kw of course.

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