InvestmentFund.co.uk Anyone interested in bidding can find the auction listing by typing in the domain itself or by visiting the following full URL: https://flippa.com/3125019-the-investment-fund-for-the-united-kingdom-a-k-a-great-britain This Flippa auction currently has only 1 bid of $200 USD (£118 GBP). Clearly it's worth more. .CO.UK rarely shows up on Flippa. So any demonstration of buyer interest there will introduce a new large audience to .UK as an investment-grade asset class. And that enhances the demand for -- and hence value of -- your own .CO.UK domains. My reserve is higher than the current bid but reasonable for the average domainer, I should imagine. In any event, if you think the domain would be worth, say, £200 GBP to you, then place a bid. Perceived low interest in .CO.UK domains on websites such as Flippa contributes to reduced .CO.UK values overall. Am I overselling this idea? Probably.