KK.com creamed the competition in the Domain Name Journal weekly sales chart for the week ending 10 November, selling for $2,400,000 through Moniker/SnapNames to easily eclipse the next biggest sale that would normally have topped the charts, ride.com, which sold for $325,000 through DomainNameSales.
Third place was taken by lsn.com, selling for $100,000 through Moniker/SnapNames.
The sale of kk.com was the yearâs second biggest to date, being topped by ig.com, which sold for $4,700,000 in September.
DomainNameSales had a hand in eight sales for the week, two of which were in conjunction with GoDaddy/Afternic, who had another two sales on their own. Sedo was responsible for five sales, while Moniker/SnapNames was responsible for three.
On the TLD side of things, .com took out the top 15 positions and 19 of the top 20, while the one remaining domain was a .me.
To check out the weekly chart of top reported sales in more detail for the week ending 10 November, go to: dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2013/20131120.htm.