An auction for the ultra-short two digit domain,11.ORG ended with the domain being sold, after it met the reserve price. The single bid made was for $20,000 dollars and not a record-breaker; however, it’s indicative of a healthy domain economy for numeric domains. The domain 11.org was registered in 1998 and its seller is in Taiwan. In comparison,360.org sold for $25,500 (2009) and 100.org went for a bit more, at $26,000 dollars in 2014. Source Don't you think it sold for a very cheap price? What would you sell it for?