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“Largest Domain Name Sales Database Ever Built” Launches WIth Over 315K Domains & $1,135,277,224 In Sales

March 7th, 2014 Comments off

According to a press release we received today the biggest domain name sales database ever built just just rolled out.

The database is at

“”Currently the database has 315,461 domain name sale records totaling $1,135,277,224.00.

Not only you can lookup historic sales, the site also offers amazing stats section where you can fish for tons of interesting information.

Let’s have a quick look on it from different angles.

1. TLDs

While .COM is still the king with more than half of the sales (this correlates with the number of domain names) other extensions are doing surprisingly well.

For instance .ME, #9, topping even .tv and .co.

2. Brokers

Here we can narrow down the whole industry to five big players (Sedo, Moniker + SnapNames, GoDaddy+AfterNIC, TDNAM, NameJet, DomainNameSales), than another few dozens of boutiques.

3. Time

We can observe that overall average domain name prices are falling in the last few years. Especially those for .COM. And then, this year it started to improve.

4. Length

Interestingly, average prices for LLLLL names are higher than those for LLLL and LLL names.

Average historic price for five letter domain names (LLLLL.***)  is $6,060.81.

That for LLLL is $3,641.76.

And that for LLL is $5,653.34.

It looks like names that are too short but not ultra short (two characters) have somewhat less value than those of five characters.

A paradox that intuitively I am still struggling to explain.

Can you?

The longest known domain name sold is a.k.a. private-krankenversicherung-für-selbstä

Well done Sedo!”"

The database is available and accessible for free as of now.

Of course only publicly reported sales are included, which probably account for most of site developers issues regarding difference is longer domains selling for more on average than shorter domains.…

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Architelos Publishes The Second Installment of the NameSentry Namespace Quality Report

November 14th, 2013 Comments off

Architelos, Inc. announced today the publication of the second installment of the NameSentry Namespace Quality Report.

The report benchmarks the comparative safety of the Internet and its largest Top Level Domains (TLDs) by measuring by the prevalence of security threats such as malware, phishing, botnets, and spam.

The findings indicate a 67% increase of domain names identified and listed as “abusive” by major blocklists from January to September 2013, and that at least 5.5% of newly registered domain names are being used to perpetrate security threats.

“The increase in abusive use of domains is a challenge for the security and domain industries, and for the general Internet-using population.”

Report Finds Increase of “Abusive Domains” and Potential Lessons for New gTLDs

The findings indicate 67% increase of domain names identified and listed as “abusive” by major security blocklists from January to September 2013.

These respected blocklists are used to protect Internet users by blocking malware, phishing, dangerous spam, and other threats.

The majority of the domains on these blocklists were registered for the purpose of perpetrating abuse, with a small minority consisting of domains that were compromised by bad actors. From January to September of 2013, an estimated 5.5% of newly registered domains were listed. “This underscores prevalent practice of bad actors to use domain names for perpetrating security threats and then quickly moving to new ones,” said John Matson, COO of Architelos. “The increase in abusive use of domains is a challenge for the security and domain industries, and for the general Internet-using population.”

The first NameSentry Report covered January to May 2013, was released in July and pioneered the concept of the Namespace Quality Index (NQI).

NQI measures the relative concentration of abusive domain names in any given namespace, thus providing a comparative measure of safety.

Specifically, the NQI measures the “number of reported abusive domain names/million Domains Under Management (DUM).” Taking a snapshot in May and then again in September, of the 15 TLDs with NQI ratings of “Excellent/Green” in the May, only 6% or four TLDs sustained their ranking by September, while the rest slipped to “Good/Yellow.”

This demonstrates the challenge TLDs face to achieve and maintain an “Excellent/Green” rating. The number of “Good/Yellow” rated TLDs increased from 36 in number in May to 45 total in September and represented 63% or the majority of the 72 TLD studied. The number of “Caution/Orange”-rated TLDs increased slightly in number from 14 in May to 15 total in September; and the number of at “Risk/Red” rated TLDs increased slightly from 7 in May to 8 in September comprising 11% of all measured TLDs.… Rolls Out Redesigned Site

November 1st, 2013 Comments off

A reader noticed that has undergone a pretty dramatic designed home page today.

The home page has a much more modern look and feel.

Interestedly which seemed to start out as a product geared towards the domainer community is now highlighting the usefulness of the site as a tool for Law Enforcement and Brand Protection Companies.

According to Tim Chen of, the general context of site resign is really the the homepage which was meant to:
-starting to focus on our buying segments, rather than being what many people think of as a ‘collection of tools for domainers’

-to specifically add content for the enterprise buyers, who have been a fast-growing segment for us.   These are folks that need more than an individual membership (bulk data, custom parsing, group memberships, APIs, etc)

“It’s important to note that our domaining customers remain very important.  ”

“For them though, the DT homepage is not necessarily terribly relevant. ”

“We have a follow-on project to redesign this page: to better service our important domaining clientele.  ”

Here are some pretty impressive numbers of records that are on the front page of the site now:


3.8 BILLION  IP address change events
7.1 BILLION  whois records
2.5 BILLION  name server change events
1.4 BILLION  registrar change events



Verisign Launches of DomainScope: Domain Discovery Tool To Find Available .Com. .Net & .Tv Domains

October 18th, 2013 Comments off

Verisign launched today which they say “a new domain name discovery tool designed to enhance the search for unique, relevant domain name choices in the .com, .net, .tv and .cc top-level domains”, for which it is the registry for.

“Incorporating the same functionality found in our DomainFinder, DomainScore and DomainCountdown tools, DomainScope replaces these tools and allows users to focus their domain search and uncover new domain name registration opportunities in one place.*

“DomainScope enables users to focus their search and uncover new domain registration opportunities, while providing more information about a domain name prior to registering it. To start the process, users simply enter keywords and DomainScope’s engine renders suggestions for domain names that are available.”

“From there, DomainScope enables users to discover domain name registration opportunities through learning about the recent history of a domain name, understanding a domain name’s DNS traffic patterns, and knowing which domains are available that are receiving traffic.”

“DomainScope offers a robust toolset for developers and domain investors, with access to a number of application programming interfaces (APIs) to connect to their own websites or applications.”

We are excited to offer those looking for their next great domain name a product that offers distinctive name suggestions, and relevant details about a domain name. We’ve consolidated our domain name acquisition tools into one easy-to-use website and will be adding new features in the future that add to the name discovery process.”

Registered users of DomainFinder, DomainScore and DomainCountdown can still access these tools during the products’ sunset period, which ends Dec. 15, 2013.…

CircleId Post Rips The Domain Name IDNX Pricing Index

August 14th, 2013 Comments off

Alex Tajirian, CEO of DomainMart in a post on just ripped into the IDNX domain name index backed by Thies Lindenthal and Sedo.

“The index is intended to be a benchmark for domain owners and investors. “

“But it’s out of line with other studies and the common sense of how a market operates. A much better barometer to follow is average prices for groups of domain names with similar characteristics.”

“Using a single index would have dire consequences. ”

“Other problems with Lindenthal’s single price index:

1. It’s based on information taken from just one market, Sedo. But other studies reveal that sale prices for similar names vary across marketplaces.

2. The reported index-price correlation with the NASDAQ 100 is grossly misleading. Why would prices of domain names of large companies move in synch with those of small and backdoor domains! One would expect that different groups of domain names would be correlated with different indexes depending on their risk characteristics.

3. The methodology is not robust to the presence of outliers in domain name price data.

4. The model does not identify risk factors driving domain name prices, such as the number of a domain’s key word searches, the cost per click (CPC) of the key word, the popularity of the key word as shown by uses of it on Web sites, etc.

5. The model ignores evidence of a nonlinear relationship between prices and the explanatory variables.”"

Of course we have spoken at about the inaccuracy of automated models to value domains in the past and feel there is no substitute for the human element.

Someone by virtue of having a huge amount of experience in buying and selling domain names over the years.  Extremely long term domain investors  have developed a gut feel for what a domain name is worth.

We saw just the other day once again basically 50% of all domains that sell at sell for $500 or less and only 5% sell for $5,000 or more.

Over at we have a $2,500 stated minimum but in actuality rarely sell a domain for less than $5,000 and our average sale is closer to over $20K than to $500.

There are other large portfolio owners like Mr Schilling, Mr Schwartz, the Ham Brothers, and Scott Day just to mention a few who wouldn’t even bother to respond to a $500 offer much less sell a domain name for anything under five figures if not six figures.…

FreshDrop’s Pheenix Changes On Aug 1 To Accept Multiple Back orders & Provide For Drop Auctions

July 22nd, 2013 Comments off

Freshdrop which officially rolled out their back order program out of Beta on April 23rd under the name of Pheenix, announced today that it will be changing their back order system effective August 1st from a one domain per back order system to one which will accept multiple back orders on the same dropping domain.

Those dropping domains with multiple back orders will go into auction like they do on and

Here is the official announcement”

“”I am pleased to announce that as of 2013-08-01 Pheenix will allow multiple backorders on domains.  For all domain names caught after 2013-08-01, if there are multiple backorders placed on the domain, then a 3 day private auction will be held.

“Only customers that have an active backorder on the domain name prior to the domain name being caught will be allowed to participate in the private auction. ”

“In addition, on 2013-08-01 we will allow backorders to be done on all domains, regardless of whether they are in ‘Pending Delete’ status or not.”

“Any backorder placed prior to 2013-08-01 on a domain name that is not in a “Pending Delete” status will be cancelled, and the domain name will be available for backorders from multiple parties as of 2013-08-01.”

“As many domain names have interest from multiple parties, this new feature will allow a fair chance for all customers to acquire the domain name.”
“In addition, we have updated our Terms of Service.  You’ll find the latest version located here:
Thanks for all your continued support.…

FAIL: Releases 8 Million Appraisals For New gTLD’s Domain Names

June 26th, 2013 Comments off has released 8 Million Appraisals for new gTLD domain names those including trademarks and those with just generic terms and the results are pretty interesting.

Mt first observation is that of the new gTLD domain names with the highest valuation, only 1 non-trademarked term has a value in the six figures, Car.Insurance (which may not even be available to be registered depending on which applicant wins the .insurance new gTLD) at $125,000

All other new gTLD domain names are apprised in the five figures by

My second observation of the highest valued domain names include domain names in some extensions that have not even been applied for, as new gTLD’s such as the third highest valued domain, hand.bags which DomainIndex places a value of $85,935 on. The problem is no one has applied for .Bags; likewise credit.card which has a value of over $78,000 no one applied to operate a .Card new gTLD, .Cards yes, .Card no, gives a value of $84,000 to Hotels.Europe another non-existent new gTLD which would not even be allowed to be applied for under the ICANN Applicant Guidebook.  Also Included erronously are valuations for other extensions that have not been applied for including .Chicago, .houston, .usa and .angeles (which gets you Los.Angeles).

On the other hand new gTLD that have actually been applied for are seemingly not supported by DomainIndex and quiries on valuations returns errors like .NYC for example as our inquiry for returned this message

We are sorry is invalid or unsupported domain name.

Likewise a inquiry for the valution of the domain name returned the same message:

We are sorry is invalid or unsupported domain name

According to the value  the keyword, traffic to the domain name are among the factors they used to derive valuation.  However seems to give the most valuation to domain hacks like the above non-existent hand.bags, credit.card (of course would be a high value.

I know new gTLD registries are not going to be happy with these valuations as many are expecting multiple deals into the six figures for their super premium domain names.

Here are the highest values placed by DomainIndex in general I would place a GIANT FAIL on this attempt: $91,500 $86,430
hand.bags $85,935 $85,620
paypal.card $85,027 $85,026 $84,858
hotels.usa $84,650
hotels.europe $84,608 $84,569 $79,125
credit.card $78,390 $75,040
craigs.list $65,003 $60,500 $59,620 $58,770
amazon.usa $58,240
yahoo.sports $56,780 $56,210 $56,170 $55,394 $55,145 $55,124 $55,072
amazon.movies $55,030
amazon.shops $55,019
car.rental $49,400 $48,300 $42,121 $41,818 $38,600 $38,518 $38,203
web.sites $38,000 $36,360 $36,230
los.angeles $34,640 $34,200 $33,490 $33,271
flowers.usa $33,144 $32,950 $32,882 $32,600 $30,910
affiliate.program $30,650 $30,360
frankfurt.airport $30,347 $30,311
hotel.california $29,950
web.server $29,900 $29,330 $29,320 $29,290 $28,840 $28,383 $28,350 $28,110 $28,024 $27,914 $27,737 $27,723
hotel.finder $27,711 $27,706 $27,701
hotel.canada $27,689
hotel.rates $27,686 $27,686
hotel.toronto $27,671
hotel.chicago $27,635 $27,626
home.finder $27,615 $27,605
hotel.dallas $27,588 $27,587 $27,584 $27,572 $27,572
insurance.usa $27,570
home.massage $27,569 $27,569
home.schools $27,569
hotel.manager $27,568
hotel.spain $27,542 $27,539 $27,539
hotel.web $27,538 $27,532
hotel.inn $27,532
hotel.texas $27,526
hotel.development $27,523 $27,519 $27,517
hotel.italy $27,502
home.dallas $27,501 $27,425 $27,239
watch.movies $27,100
new.york $26,500
greatwallof.china $26,101 $26,000 $25,569
web.master $25,220 $25,000
insurance.rates $24,900 $24,830 $24,661 $24,390
web.development $24,320
loans.canada $24,174 $24,114 $24,111
loans.centre $24,070 $24,060
loans.mall $24,056
loans.companies $24,056 $24,052 $24,050
loans.rates $24,036
loans.toronto $24,034
loans.australia $24,034 $24,033 $24,033 $24,030 $24,028
loans.home $24,025 $24,022 $24,022 $24,019
loans.india $24,018
loans.usa $24,017
loans.houston $24,014 $24,012 $24,012 $24,011 $24,011
loans.california $24,010 $24,010 $24,005 $24,005 $23,990
web.mail $23,870 $23,707 $23,660 $23,461 $23,390 $23,250 $23,169 $23,156 $23,150 $23,088 $23,005
insurance.card $22,989 $22,918
insurance.companies $22,847 $22,808 $22,775 $22,759 $22,751
insurance.sales $22,688
insurance.lawyers $22,665 $22,660 $22,640 $22,634 $22,631 $22,628
cars.canada $22,623
insurance.florida $22,622 $22,614 $22,608 $22,608 $22,606
insurance.australia $22,603 $22,602 $22,602 $22,598 $22,597 $22,592 $22,592
insurance.canada $22,588 $22,583 $22,577
web.links $22,576 $22,576
cars.australia $22,572
insurance.ireland $22,570 $22,567 $22,566
insurance.plan $22,566 $22,566
web.designs $22,565
web.advertising $22,563 $22,563
cars.price $22,561
cars.auctions $22,560
insurance.journal $22,560 $22,560 $22,560 $22,560 $22,559 $22,558 $22,558
insurance.job $22,558
cars.ireland $22,555 $22,555 $22,555 $22,554 $22,552 $22,552 $22,551
cars.usa $22,551 $22,549 $22,549 $22,547
web.pages $22,547 $22,547 $22,546 $22,546
web.corp $22,546
insurance.india $22,546
cars.sales $22,546
cars.rental $22,545
insurance.plans $22,544 $22,544 $22,544
cars.mexico $22,543
insurance.attorneys $22,542 $22,542 $22,541 $22,540
web.hotel $22,540
web.marine $22,539
insurance.forums $22,539
cars.images $22,538 $22,538 $22,538
web.home $22,538 $22,538 $22,537 $22,537
web.card $22,537
insurance.times $22,535 $22,535
web.plan $22,535 $22,535 $22,535 $22,535 $22,535 $22,535 $22,534
insurance.association $22,534 $22,534
insurance.prices $22,534 $22,534 $22,534
web.village $22,533
cars.prices $22,533 $22,533
insurance.history $22,532
insurance.factory $22,532 $22,532 $22,532
web.india $22,532 $22,532 $22,532
web.kits $22,531
web.gear $22,531
cars.houston $22,531
cars.companies $22,531 $22,531 $22,531 $22,531 $22,531 $22,530
web.japan $22,530
insurance.sites $22,530 $22,530 $22,530
cars.quotes $22,529
cars.outlet $22,529 $22,529
web.test $22,529 $22,528 $22,528 $22,528 $22,527 $22,527 $22,527 $22,527 $22,527 $22,526
insurance.toronto $22,525
insurance.consultants $22,525 $22,525 $22,525 $22,525
insurance.america $22,524 $22,524 $22,524 $22,524 $22,524 $22,523 $22,523 $22,523
web.movies $22,523
web.videos $22,523
cars.videos $22,523 $22,523
cars.service $22,523
insurance.central $22,522
insurance.california $22,522 $22,522 $22,522 $22,522 $22,522 $22,521 $22,521
web.factory $22,521
cars.japan $22,521 $22,521
insurance.magazine $22,521 $22,520
cars.toronto $22,520 $22,520 $22,520
web.production $22,519
cars.oil $22,519 $22,519 $22,519 $22,519
insurance.research $22,519 $22,519 $22,519 $22,519
insurance.test $22,519
cars.europe $22,519 $22,519
insurance.finder $22,518
web.course $22,518
insurance.corporation $22,518
web.computers $22,518 $22,518 $22,518 $22,518
cars.books $22,518
web.products $22,518 $22,518 $22,517
insurance.portal $22,517
web.tool $22,517
web.internet $22,517
cars.sites $22,517 $22,517 $22,517
web.auctions $22,516
cars.spain $22,516
web.agent $22,516 $22,516 $22,516 $22,516 $22,515
insurance.texas $22,515 $22,514 $22,514 $22,514 $22,514
web.europe $22,514 $22,514 $22,514 $22,514 $22,513
cars.motors $22,513 $22,513 $22,513
insurance.houston $22,513
insurance.corp $22,513
cars.wholesale $22,512 $22,512 $22,512 $22,512 $22,512 $22,512 $22,512 $22,512 $22,512
web.society $22,511
web.shirt $22,511
insurance.atlanta $22,511
web.times $22,511 $22,511
insurance.centre $22,511
web.solution $22,510 $22,510 $22,510 $22,510 $22,510 $22,510 $22,510 $22,510 $22,510 $22,510 $22,510
insurance.service $22,510 $22,510
web.signs $22,509
web.italy $22,509
cars.mag $22,509
insurance.massage $22,509 $22,509
cars.electronics $22,509 $22,509 $22,509 $22,509
web.usa $22,509 $22,509 $22,508 $22,507
cars.centre $22,506
cars.texas $22,505 $22,505 $22,502
insurance.home $22,501
insurance.chicago $22,500 $22,200
car.hire $22,000 $21,540 $21,200 $20,850 $20,532 $20,500
shopping.mall $20,250
air.canada $20,110 $20,040


You can watch a video on explanation of its valuation of  new gTLD’s here:

Verisign Launches Find Your Custom Domain Tool/App:

June 16th, 2013 Comments off

Verisign released a new Tool called the Custom Domain Tool at to help people find the perfect unregistered domain name.

The site preference is for you to log in with your Facebook account and then randomly generates domain names to match your profile however you can sign up with it using your email address as well.

In my case the Tool “randomly generated 209 domains based on your profile”.

The results seem to be geared to domain names my last name, my company my sports interests and professions couple with common words.

All of the domain names are available for registration but many of the suggested domain names are for .net, .tv and even .name domain names for which Verisign is the Registry for in addition of course to .com.

In my case some of the suggested available domain were,,,,,,,,, are just a few of the domain suggestions.

However as you can see from above there are potiental trademark issues with some of the selected names and if you say worked for Facebook I’m not sure you wouldn’t get domain suggestions that included your name and Facebook in the domain.

Here are the FAQ’s from the site:

What is The Domain Inspiration App?

It’s a free web application that lets you find available domains in .com, .net, .tv and .name based on your profile information. Simply login via facebook, or fill out your information manually and you’ll get back a list of domains you can register now.

How do you get the suggested names?

Our application uses multiple methods for suggesting names. It takes into account your profile information (such as location, career, first and last name) and matches it up with modifiers such as “family” or “fan”.

How does the favorites button work?

Once you login, you’ll see a domain suggestion that is available to register. If you click “favorite” it will be saved to your favorites folder (which you can see any time at the bottom of the page).

How do I save my favorites?

Once you’ve gathered a some favorited domains, simply expand the tray at the bottom of the app and click the “save” button. You’ll then be provided with a few different ways to save your list. It is important to note that saving a domain in the app does NOT prevent others from registering the domain, so if you find one you really like we recommend registering immediately.…

Don’t Dial A Phone Number Dial A Domain Instead

June 9th, 2013 Comments off

Dialing a phone number is so 1950′s.

Not you don’t have to dial a phone number you can just dial a domain thanks to an app named Siter.

Siter is a new concept, you make a phone call, but instead of dialing phone numbers you dial a domain or an e-mail address.

Of course as the website owner you have to download the free App and put the phone number you want your site associated with first but I did it today and it was a very quick any easy process.

Once you establish the free account people can use the App to call you by typing in the site into the app

This is how they describe it on their site:

  1. Easy to memorize

    Easy to memorize – all studies have shown it is much easier to remember names rather than numbers. Use Siter and free yourself from telephone numbers.

  2. Its forever!

    Since your domain is a unique and universal identifier, you always publish the same address. You can change your telephone number at Siter anytime.

  3. Intuitive

    Domain names are intuitive and users can call thousands of addresses.

  4. E-mail, sites and blogs

    Its easy to associate a telephone number with your site, e-mail or blog.

  5. Local identification

    You will no longer need to publish an enormous list of telephone numbers in each state or region, you can simply publish your domain.

  6. Replace your 800 number

    You wont need to publish your 800 number, you can simply publish your domain.

usage examples

1. assign a phone number to a internet address: domain, email, blog and etc.

2. assign multiple telephones to your domain

3. multiple phones with location based service


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Sedo Transactions Total $1.1 Million

June 4th, 2013 Comments off

Seod just issued its weekly report and  690 transactions took place on Sedo’s marketplace and via SedoMLS, totaling over $1.08m.

Over 42% of total sales were the result of Buy Now listings.

Highlights of public sales include:

·         Top .coms: at 62,000 USD
·         Top ccTLD: at 15,000 USD
·         Top “other” TLD: at 10,000 EUR

Domain name  Price  Currency
.COMs 62000 USD 20000 USD 20000 USD 17000 EUR 12000 USD 10000 USD 10000 USD 10000 EUR 9999 USD 9500 USD 8000 USD 7300 USD 5500 GBP 5000 USD 5000 USD 4888 EUR 4595 USD 4500 USD 4500 USD 4400 USD 4200 EUR 4140 USD 4000 USD 3800 USD 3500 USD 3499 USD 3499 USD 3100 USD 3000 USD 3000 USD 3000 USD 3000 USD 3000 USD 2995 USD 2950 USD 2767 USD 2595 USD 2500 USD 2500 EUR 2500 USD 2500 USD 2500 USD 2500 USD 2495 USD 2400 USD 2395 USD 2295 USD 2295 USD 2200 USD 2200 USD 2195 USD 2000 USD 2000 USD 2000 USD 2000 USD 2000 USD 2000 EUR 1995 USD 1970 USD 1950 USD 1800 EUR 1800 USD 1800 USD 1800 USD 1750 USD 1700 USD 1500 USD 1500 USD 1500 USD 1495 USD 1495 USD 1477 USD 1400 USD 1300 EUR 1299 USD 1295 USD 1286 USD 1277 USD 1275 USD 1250 USD 1250 USD 1250 USD 1250 USD 1222 EUR 1200 USD 1200 USD 1200 USD 1200 USD 1200 USD 1150 USD 1150 USD 1150 USD 1150 USD 1149 USD 1095 USD 1025 USD 1010 USD 1000 USD 1000 EUR 1000 USD 1000 EUR 1000 USD 1000 USD 999 USD 999 USD 999 USD 975 USD 910 EUR 900 EUR 900 USD 899 USD 895 USD 895 USD 849 USD 825 USD 800 USD 800 EUR 800 USD 800 USD 800 USD 800 USD 800 USD 799 USD 791 USD 790 USD 790 USD 790 USD 787 USD 775 USD 750 EUR 749 USD 700 USD
.ccTLD 15000 USD 7000 EUR 4500 EUR 4321 EUR 4300 EUR 4200 USD 4000 EUR 3500 GBP 3500 EUR 3000 EUR 3000 EUR 2800 EUR 2799 EUR 2700 EUR 2588 GBP 2500 EUR 2300 USD 2250 USD 2000 EUR 2000 EUR 2000 EUR 2000 USD 2000 USD 1995 GBP 1990 EUR 1900 EUR 1900 EUR 1800 EUR 1800 USD 1700 EUR 1550 USD 1500 EUR 1500 EUR 1500 GBP 1500 EUR 1450 EUR 1300 EUR 1250 EUR 1150 EUR 1100 EUR 1000 EUR 1000 USD 1000 EUR 999 USD 980 EUR 950 EUR 950 EUR 950 EUR 950 EUR 900 EUR 899 EUR 800 EUR 800 GBP 750 EUR
OTHER 10000 EUR 4900 USD 3995 USD 2000 USD 1800 EUR 1550 USD 1500 USD 1299 USD 1000 USD 950 EUR 910 GBP 900 EUR 895 USD 810 USD 800 USD 800 EUR 777 USD 700 USD 999 USD 879 USD 800 EUR 750 USD 750 USD 750 EUR 700 USD 700 USD
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