Category Archives: Domain Name Aftermarket

Saxx.com Tops Quiet Weekly Domain Sales Chart

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It was one of those weeks where there were no big sales, nothing topping the 6-figure mark. So it was left to saxx.com to top the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 10 November, selling for a nice $65,000 through Sedo.

Coming in second and third were were oli.com and zeq.com, which sold for $50,000 and €40,000 ($43,200) respectively, with Sedo taking out the top 3 spots on the chart. Coming in fourth was a new gTLD domain name – new.work – which sold for $38,000 through New.life/Uniregistry.

On the top level domain side of things, apart from the .work sale there were 15 .com sales, 2 for .de and one each for .co and .life. Sedo dominated the aftermarket outlets with 14 sales while Uniregistry sold another 3.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 10 November in more detail, go to: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20191120.htm

Rebranded BQDN Brings Up a Phenom Brace Of Six-Figure Sales

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Phenom, the rebranded BQDN, released a batch of sales figures recently that saw it take out 4 of the top 5 sales on the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 3 November, including a brace of six-figure sales – ij.com and rude.com, which sold for $550,000 and $100,000 respectively – as well as a very nice sale of hlg.com ($70,000).

Phenom had 5 sales on the top 20 chart, as did Uniregistry and Sedo while NameJet had 4. On the top-level domain side of things there were 13 .com sales, 3 for .org, 2 for .co and one each for .ca and .it.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 3 November in more detail, go to: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20191113.htm

The Big Gorilla… .com… Tops Weekly Sales Chart

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Gorilla.com proved to be the big gorilla for the week ending 27 October, topping the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales and selling for $496,320 through RightOfTheDot, easily topping zb.app and squeezed.com which sold for $91,000 and $50,000 through Afternic and Uniregistry respectively.

On the aftermarket side of things, Uniregistry came out tops with 9 sales and another with Media Code LLC while Sedo had 6. For top-level domains, there were 17 .com sales and one each for .app, .co.uk and .net.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported domain name sales for the week ending 27 October, go to: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20191106.htm.

Eko.com Goes In Huge $1.5m Sale

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It’s the third biggest sale in 2019 to date and easily the biggest sale for the week ending 20 October, so eko.com topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported domain name sales selling for a massive $1.5 million through Uniregistry/Buy Domain Guide, LLC.

The only other domain name sales bigger in 2019 so far were the monumental sale of voice.com which sold for $30 million and California.com which sold for $3 million.

Eko.com was bought by Eko, which previously used helloeko.com. The company describes themselves as delivering “cinematic interactive video, empowering participants to make choices that shape stories in real time.”

Coming in second and third were passione.com (passion in Italian) and 7732.com which sold for $60,000 and $49,500 through DomainMarket and Uniregistry respectively.

On the aftermarket outlet side of things, Uniregistry had a hand in 8 sales, 7 solo, on the top 21 (a tie for 20th place) while Sedo had 12. On the top-level domain side of things, there were 12 .com sales, 3 for .de, 2 for .org and one each for .co.uk, .co, .es and .io.

To check out the DNJ chart of top reported domain name sales for the week ending 20 October in more detail, see: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20191030.htm

Another 6-Figure DNJ Chart Topper

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As the weather cools down in the northern hemisphere, and heats up in the southern, the number of big domain name sales is heating up and for the third “week”, or should it be “chart”, in a row there’s been a 6-figure sale to top the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales. For the fortnight ending 13 October, the biggest sale was sexe.com, which sold for €210,000 ($233,100) through Sedo.

Coming in second and third was cryptoinsurance.com and sudoku.net, which sold for $70,000 and £42,500 ($54,825) through BlockchainNames and Sedo respectively.

On the aftermarket side of things, Uniregistry came out top with 9 sales while Sedo came second with 8 sales. For top-level domains (TLDs) there were 14 .com sales, 2 for .net and one each for .co.uk, .world, .co and .it.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the fortnight ending 13 October in more detail, go to: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20191023.htm

Carrot.com Sells Big in Half Million Dollar Sale

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It was 7 weeks in a row where the top reported domain name sale was below the 6-figure mark, and some weeks not even reaching $50,000. And now, it’s 2 weeks in a row for 6-figure sales. Last week saw glance.com top the chart selling for $160,000 and for this week, the week ending 29 September, there was a half million dollar sale topping the chart, with carrot.com coming out tops selling for $565,000 through Name Ninja, putting it firmly in the top 10 sales for the year to date. The buyer, reports DNJ, was a popular SaaS firm named Carrot that previously used oncarrot.com.

But while carrot.com sold big, it didn’t drag any other sales along with it, as the second and third biggest sales were kura.com, which sold for $68,495 through NameJet and litres.com ($37,500 through Uniregistry).

On the aftermarket side of things there were 6 sales each through NameJet, Uniregstry and Sedo. On the top-level domain (TLD)side of things there were 17 .com sales as well as 2 .co and one .ai sales.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 29 September in more detail, go to: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20191009.htm

Finally, After 8 Weeks A 6-Figure Domain Sale

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For 7 weeks in a row, the top reported domain name sale was below the 6-figure mark, and some weeks not even $50,000 was reached. But finally we have a 6-figure sale with glance.com selling for $160,000 through Sedo top the Domain Name Journal chart for the week ending 22 September.

Coming in second and third was hallow.com and aitimes.com, selling for $70,000 and $46,000 through Uniregistry and Sedo respectively.

Sedo was the top aftermarket outlet with 12 sales while Uniregistry took out the remaining 8. On the top-level domain side of things there were 15 .com sales, 2 for .tw and one each for .help, .org and .es.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 22 September in more detail, see: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20191002.htm

No 6-Figure Sales For 7 Weeks In A Row As $70,000 Sale Of Lifeforce.com Tops Weekly Chart

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Buyers, and maybe sellers too, have taken a bit of a hiatus at the end of the northern summer with another week going by without a 6-figure domain name sale to top the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales. For the week ending 15 September the top sale was lifeforce.com which sold for $70,000 through DomainsNext.

Coming second and third respectively were empresa.com, which sold for $57,500 through Uniregistry and 0035.com, which sold for $51,000 again through DomainsNext, who had released a previously unreported list of their biggest sales over the past six months.

On the aftermarket side of things, Sedo and Uniregistry came out top with 6 sales each while DomainNext had 3. On the top-level domain side of things, there were 15 .com sales, 2 for .co and one each for .tv, .bio and .uk.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 15 September in more detail, go to: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20190925.htm

A .ORG Domain Tops Weekly Sales Chart As No 6-Figure Sales For 6 Weeks

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The summer hiatus for domain name sales is still underway and for the sixth week in a row there were no domain name sales topping the six-figure mark! In the week ending 8 September the top reported domain name sale was growingpower.org, which sold for $45,999 through SnapNames according to Domain Name Journal.

Coming in second was dynamicinsight.com which sold for $28,500 through DomainMarket while enjoytravel.com, which sold for $25,300 just pipped veggie.com ($25,000), both sold through Uniregistry.

On the aftermarket side of things there were 8 sales through Uniregistry, 6 through NameJet including one in the NameJet/ROTD NamesCon Europe Auction and unusually low 4 sales through Sedo in the top 21 (there was a tie for 20th place).

On the top-level domain side of things there were 18 .com sales, two for .org and one for .net.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 8 September in more detail, see: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20190918.htm

Fifth Week In A Row With No Six-Figure Sales!

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The end of summer is proving to be a quiet period for big domain name sales. For the fifth week in a row there were no six-figure sales, and for the week ending 1 September not even a sale that topped $50,000 on Domain Name Journal’s chart of top reported sales.

The top reported sale for the week was sadhu.com, which sold for $35,000, while mortgageadvisors.com came in second selling for $30,000, both through Uniregistry, while home.io came in third selling through Sedo.

There were 16 .com domain names on the top 20 list with one each for .io, .tv, .fr and .de. There were 11 sales through Sedo and 8 through Uniregistry.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 1 September in more detail, go to: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20190911.htm