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Top3 dotINFO sold at auction e.g. Flowers.info, Gambling.info, and World.info


January 25, 2013 ended the dotINFO auction at GoDaddy. Flowers.info sold for $22,005Gambling.info sold for $10,505World.info sold for $9,675, and here's the summary.

flowers.info $22005 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
gambling.info $10505 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
world.info $9674 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
social.info $7305 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
tech.info $7305 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
bible.info $6705 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
home.info $5615 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
autos.info $5105 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
computer.info $5025 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
fashion.info $5020 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
fashion.info $5020 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
test.info $5015 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
family.info $2805 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
porno.info $2655 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
media.info $2560 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
chocolate.info $1905 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
planet.info $1893 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
painting.info $1855 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
webmaster.info $1355 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013

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