Now On Sale For $20 Million Now On Sale For $20 is up for sale and if reaches its asking price of $20 million dollars will become the fourth most expensive domain name in history, behind ($35.6m), ($35m), and ($30.18m).
According to unconfirmed reports, was sold by Inc at the height of the poker boom in 2007 for between $22-$27million. Prior to that, the domain name was owned by UniNet Technology Inc. who in turn acquired it from AlaCorp Inc.
As it stands today, the website features various poker affiliate links to tournament, strategy and other information articles, although it news section hasn’t received any new posts since 2015.
Anyone interested in purchasing can now do so via NameJet, with the auction company also offering a number of other poker related domain names, such as for $5 million, for $30,000 and for $5,000. If fails to sell over the next few weeks, though, it will then¬† go to a live auction at NameJet’s flag ship event scheduled to take place in Las Vegas on January 30th.
Interestingly, the valuation of makes it more expensive than any other gambling related domain name, including and, which both sold for $5.5 million each back in 2003 and 2010 respectively. Even pales in comparison having sold for just $2.5 million post-Black Friday in 2011.
Finally, here are the ten most expensive domain names ever to have their sale prices publicly reported:
1: ($35.6m)
2: ($35m)
3: ($30.18m)
4: ($18m)
5: ($17m)
6: ($16m)
7: (£9.99m)
8: ($13m)
9: ($11m)
10: ($9.5m)

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