Aftermarket.com sells for $280k, Threat.com for $186,000 [Updated]

Thought Convergence auction brings in big bucks on its second day.

Update: after posting our story on Wednesday, NameJet and SnapNames announced that many of the auctions would be extended due to technical issues on its platform. It completed the auctions on Thursday, and this story reflects the updated prices.

The second day of the Thought Convergence auction at NameJet and SnapNames was a strong one.

Aftermarket.com met its reserve with a high bid of $280,001. This domain was used by Thought Convergence for its domain name marketplace many years ago. I think a domain service is the best and highest use for this domain, although it could also be used for aftermarket parts.

Threat.com met its reserve with a high bid of $186,000. It’s a great security domain. At this price, I wonder if it was a domain investor or an end user who bought it. It could realistically be either.

Other notable auction closings today include faithful.com for $69,828, idea.net for $18,000, stunts.com for $16,055, expiration.com for $15,506, and download.org for $10,001.

Note that I’m not tracking all of the Thought Convergence auctions, and these auctions have not necessarily been paid for.

The remainder of the auctions end tomorrow.

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