How much would you pay for a domain name? What if it was taken already? Would you top dollar for it? Here are some of the most expensive domains ever sold. Them squatters made bank on this.

MM.com - $1,200,000 (July 2014)


Power.com - $1,261,000 (2014)


eBet.com - $1,350,000 (October 2013)


Cameras.com - $1,500,000 (2006)


Russia.com - $1,500,000 (2009)


Tandberg.com - $1,500,000 (2007)


ticket.com - $1,525,000 (2009)


DataRecovery.com - $1,659,000 (2008)


Auction.com – $1,700,000 (2009)


Dating.com – $1,750,000 (2010)


Seniors.com – $1,800,000 (2007)


37.com – $1,960,800 (2014)


Fly.com – $1,760,000 (2009)


Computer.com – $2,100,000 (2007)


114.com – $2,100,000 (2013)


KK.com – $2,400,000 (2013)


Youxi.com – $2,430,000 (2014)


Investing.com – $2,450,000 (2012)


Social.com – $2,600,000 (2011)


CreditCards.com – $2,750,000 (2004)


Vodka.com – $3,000,000 (2006)


Z.com – $6,784,000 (2014)


Porno.com – $8,888,888 (2015)


Porn.com – $9,500,000 (2007)


Fund.com – $9,999,950 (2008)


Sex.com – $13,000,000 (2010)


Nsurance.com – $36,000,000