Is there space for a new domain auction platform focusing mainly on the UK market ? Currently the uk domain market has two options. Sedo and DomainLore. Sedo have too many shortcomings to list, and don't seem to be interested in the UK market. DomainLore, which is mainly built for catchers and trade sellers. Which without disrespect does little to inspire confidence to a retail buyer. We need a domain auction that is much better than what we currently have available to us. Lots of things could be done to improve what is currently available by identifying the best and worst elements of Sedo and DL and improve upon it. Random rambling switched on... Control submissions by charge a non refundable listing fee for every domain. If a domain doesn't sell the auction has something in the pot towards costs. Allow sellers to provide detailed and verifiable info relevant about the domain. Stats, cpc, search volume etc. Details of the industry, industry turnover, etc. Option to include other domains in a package, i.e.: hyphens, plurals and or singular, other domain variants in the niche that the seller would like to include in a sale. The auction house could target a sector and invite submissions for the campaign, i.e. names that are related to the building trade for example could be grouped into a themed auction and the industry targeted with information of a forthcoming sale. Help buyers and potential buyers with the tools and contacts they might need to move their domain purchase onto development. Providing step by step guide and access to hosting, web designers, templates, seo companies, ecommerce solutions etc. Provide potential buyers with clear information about domain transfer process and Escrow options. For an additional fee or percentage, the auction can offer various levels of service. Say for example the super duper platinum service costing xxx, the auction will guarantee to identify, contact and notify a selection of potential buyers, by email, by phone or by letter in a timed approach to make sure a given domain gets maximum exposure to the right potential buyers prior to the auction. If a seller doesn't have or is perhaps too lazy to provide the relevant stats and sales info that could help a sale, the auction could provide this for a fee. If a domain is unsold, sellers will often be willing to lower their expectations after they have seen what the market is really prepared to pay. The auction would follow up bidders after an unsuccessful sale, to see if a deal can be closed by meeting somewhere between the last bid and the sellers reserve. Banning buyers and sellers that do not complete on deals. Offer lower fees for sellers that are quality sellers that provide realistically priced domains that are actually selling and conclude transactions promptly and professionally. Let trusted sellers have the contact details of a potential buyer so that they can do there research on them. There are many other ideas that could be included to create something which is far far better than what is currently available. Is there room for something like this or am I living in fantasy land ?