EFF benefit auction, aged cryptography related domain
Domain spelled backwards EMIRPIB dot MOC. It refers to the RSA cryptography algorithm which uses a key made from two prime numbers. It was proposed as an alternate name for that algorithm in the late 1990s but never caught on. I registered the domain in 1999. Never got around to doing anything with it but kept renewing it pointlessly anyway. Domain currently registered with Hover/Tucows, can transfer in the usual ways. Expiration is May 30 which allows some time after the auction to organize the transfer.
Auction: winning amount (if greater than zero) should be made as a donation to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, eff.org. I might in principle check verification but if you're a regular, just confirming that you made the donation and PM'ing the transaction number is probably good enough. They can accept Paypal, CC, Bitcoin, etc.
Initial bid: $0 (zero). This domain might well have no takers or just one, so $0 could be the winning bid. Go ahead and bid $0 if you are interested in the domain. (Obviously you will still have to pay the renewal, so don't bid unless you actually want it). The auction (such as it is) is just for the unlikely case that more than one person wants the domain.
Minimum increment: $1.
Auction end: 72 hours.