Released domain name at the maximum rate

Started by rafiazafar, Sep 05, 2022, 10:42 AM

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rafiazafarTopic starter

Hello there!

Can you provide me with information as to when the registrar sends the first bid?

Let's say I make a $3K maximum bid in the first minute, and I am the only one interested in the domain, will I be considered the first bidder?

Assuming no other registrar beats me within 30 days or before the owner extends the domain.

However, if I make a maximum bid of $4K on the first day, and someone from another registrar makes a $4K bid the day before the end, then a bidding war might occur among registrars to win the domain.

I hope this clarifies your doubts. If you have any additional questions, please let me know.


Excluding lotteries, and specifically speaking about an unsold domain in the .de zone which is set to be released next week, I waited a week for it to appear on GoDaddy's list but to no avail. However, on Dan, there is already a $2K bid which indicates that someone closed the bid at that price on GoDaddy.

Now, the question arises - how can I contact the buyer who put the maximum bid and negotiate with them, assuming they are from a particular forum? If I renew the domain, can the buyer purchase it through the domain store with a 100% guarantee?


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