One person spends $4.85 million in domain auction

One person spends $4.85 million in domain auction


Bidder picks up Bird.com, Fish.com and Tattoo.com.

The word "Sold" in big letters in quote on red background

A single bidder has scooped up several of the high dollar domains in today’s Right of the Dot domain name auction.

A bidder using an IP address from Queenstown, Maryland paid $2.5 million for Bird.com, $1.6 million for Fish.com, and $750,000 for Tattoo.com.

In a Clubhouse room organized by DomainSherpa, the general consensus after Bird.com sold was that the scooter company that uses Bird.co bought it. That theory was quickly shot after Fish.com sold. At that point, it seemed like a pet supplies company. But then…tattoo.com?

Bird.com and Fish.com were sold by the same person, who will certainly be celebrating tonight.

It will be interesting to see who the buyer is.

(An original version of this post incorrectly stated that Fish.com sold for $1.5 million, not $1.6 million.)

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