Sedo’s Great Domains auction for May ends tomorrow morning my time, 12:00 noon EST, and they have pretty solid lineup of domains that have hit reserve already, led by Kredit.com, which sold for an incredible $270,600 back in 2010 via Sedo, according to NameBio.
I understand the domain translates from German (and perhaps other languages) to “credit”, and current bidding is only at 42,500 EUR, which is approximately $47,500.
Based on a look back at screenshots via Archive.org, it doesn’t appear that much more than an informational site was ever live.
Liquid 1-4 letter domains (and one numeric) in several extensions make up the balance of domains that have hit reserve so far, and they’re all listed below, in order of their current bidding:
In addition, there are a few interesting domains that haven’t yet hit their reserve, in order of their current bidding:
KD.net (Mr. Durant is busy whooping the Golden State Warriors, so he might miss this auction.)
You can find the entire auction listing here. Best of luck to all buyers and sellers.