The domain name failed to sell in a live online auction this weekend and is still available, according to domain name registrar and reseller

Although two bids – one for $500,000 (about £263,000) and one of almost $1m (£526,000) – were received, the bidding never got close to the reserve price of $2.3m (£1.2m) being sought by's unnamed owner, said Monte Cahn, chief executive of

"There is still lots of interest in," said Cahn, adding that he's received correspondence from several prospective buyers who were not at the live auction that began on Friday. One reason the domain name didn't sell, he said, was that it was added to the pool of names being offered only in the last week, which didn't give much time to advertise its availability. was one of more than 250 high-profile internet domain names that were for sale to the highest bidders this weekend at the third annual live auction, held at the World Association of Domain Name Developers' Traffic conference in Florida.

The auction did sell 113 domain names, or more than one-third of the names up for grabs, according to Those names sold for more than $4.75m (£2.5m).

The largest winning bid was $1.5m (£789,000) for domain name, while sold for $149,000 (£78,000) and sold for $120,000 (£63,000), according to the company. also sold for $120,000, went for $100,000 (£53,000), sold for $200,000 (£105,000) and sold for $32,000 (£17,000).