Indian Domain Sales Roundup

Indian Domain Sales Roundup

It has been a while since our last sales roundup.  There were a few larger sales, as well as a steady flow of smaller sales.  Compared to the battering that many other domain extensions have taken, .in seems to be holding up reasonably well in these difficult economic times.

The highest sale was, which sold for 2,000 Eur or about $2,605.

There were a couple of other four figure sales – named a price of $1,000 and a quality went for $1,000.

Other .in sales included, which closed at $220,, which recalled 380 Eur or about $495,, which booted up $60,, which streamed $270,, which instructed $60 and, which harvested $110.

There were several sales.  The best one was which was bid up to $650 in intense last minute bidding. sold for $70, went for $100, closed at $70, took $80, commanded $80, and sold for 290 Eur or about $378.

There were also some decent sales.  In addition to which we previously mentioned, sold for $250 and delivered $560. sold for $250 in a private sale.

There are a couple of upcoming auctions for Indian domains on Sedo: and

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Those are some good names for good prices…are they sold with any assets or as naked domain names??… I know that the domain is on sale right now…

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