GoDaddy Expired Auction Picks Ending 2020-07-22

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A trendy name for a social media and messaging app. In common/slang language, it can be interpreted as ‘Very Social’ too. That just makes it even more worthy. Current bid price is $1,650.

Any trading and business firm looking for the initials ‘BTC” can use this one. It also slightly indicates ‘bitcoin trading’ from the keyword ‘btc’. So, a suitable pick for a crypto trading and exchange platform too. Current bid price is $1,100.

A streaming platform for movies, shows and other content like video live-streaming. Current bid price is $560.

Offer rock-solid and secure web-hosting and website building services with this one. Current bid price is $410.

Use this one for an apparel and clothing store and more. Current bid price is $350.

Good one for a dentist clinic and related services. Current bid price is $235.

A music and record label, current bid price is $162.

What is graphene, you ask? It is an allotrope of Carbon consisting of a single layer of atoms and looks like a 2-D honeycomb. Science stuff, yeah I know. So use it for a communication and discussion platform and forum for geeks and academics. Current bid price is $105.

A platform for discussion and learning for geeks. Current bid price is $76.

One-word brandable name, currently bidding at $15.

A venture capital and investment firm, current bid price is $12.

P.S. : The prices mentioned here are of the time I was writing this up. For real-time stats, kindly visit auctions.godaddy.com .

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