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Newsletter: Fall festive domains & exclusive .AT names & financial domains

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2016 | 10
Dear Blue,

Sedo is rounding out the last quarter of 2016 with lots of auction activity. The Boston Ivy auction started yesterday featuring the best of premium financial domains like,, and more. Then the first of three auctions for never before available .AT names starts November 7. We also have monthly domain bargains, broker recommendations as well as frighteningly and festive fall names.

Enjoy reading the latest and greatest in domains and domain-related topics in a fresh new design to match our upgraded website!

Best regards,
Your Sedo Team

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3. Boston Ivy Premium Auction
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5. The Silent Evolution of Domain Names
6. Name.Show – First of its kind Event Series
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1. Boston Ivy Premium Auction
The financial sector has been quick to jump on the wave of new, innovative web addresses and Boston Ivy, backed by FTSE 250 trading giant, is a specialist in the area of financial domains. Sedo is hosting the Boston Ivy Premium Auction October 27 - November 3, which will feature four of Boston Ivy’s six Top Level Domains reflective of financial terms: .markets, .trading, .forex and .broker.

There are 45 distinct names in the auction lot including some appealing web addresses for other sectors such as,,,,,, and The auction platform can be accessed via BostonIvy.Auction.


2. .AT Short Domains Auction
Get ready, Austrian (.AT) one or two character domains are entering General Availability on December 6! Prior to this phase, Sedo will be hosting a series of auctions starting November 7 going until the end of the month. The auction will contain almost 5,000 newly available .at domains. There will be single and double digit numeric domains as well as domains with letter and number combinations up for auction such as:,,,,,

And best of all, none of the names being auctioned have ever been previously for sale to the public. For more information and a detailed auction schedule click here.

3. The Silent Evolution of Domain Names
TechCrunch, a widely popular publication with techies and now the mainstream news-seeking public recently featured an article,“The Silent Evolution of Domain Names”.

Within our industry the evolvement of domains has been far from silent because it is at the forefront of our day to day lives. But for the rest of the world this is a great timeline of how far domains have come and in a relatively short time! Read more


4. Name.Show – First of its kind Event Series
Sedo is excited to be sponsoring a unique event series, The Name.Show taking place throughout Spain & a few other European cities over the next month. This is the first-ever traveling event dedicated to the dissemination of new domain extensions with opportunities for businesses and professionals to enhance their presence online.

Each event will feature a panel of internet experts covering topics such as digital marketing and e-commerce while also exchanging developments related to the new domain extensions. Read more
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November 7 - 10, 2016 | Web Summit | Lisbon, Portugal
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November 11, 2016 | | Barcelona, Spain

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