Zonk from the site-to-feature-snowball-sales dept.
Carl Bialik from WSJ writes "Internet domain name Hell.com is going up for sale, with bids of over $1 million expected, the Wall Street Journal reports. From the article: 'Sex.com sold for about $12 million earlier this year and Diamond.com changed hands for $7.5 million. The big-money domain-name sales echo an earlier boom, when Business.com fetched $7.5 million in 1999. Today's live auction of 300 names, by Seevast Corp.'s Moniker unit, includes more than a handful it predicts will generate bids of more than $1 million, including Iran.com, Auction.com and Elections.com. Now someone who buys Hell.com "has the opportunity to redefine what hell means, at least on the Internet," says Monte Cahn, Moniker chief executive.'"
You know, the difference between this company and the Titanic is that the
Titanic had paying customers.