Itâs 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 âcinematic interactive video,
empowering participants to make choices that shape stories in real time.â
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
Chaos.com sold for a whopping $350,000 to become the biggest sale for the week ending 17 February. The sale, brokered by HQBrokerage, is currently the second biggest sale for the year to date on the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales.
Coming in second for the week was a sale that in most weeks would top the chart, that of gpa.com, which sold for $140,000 through BQDN and third was privacy.com in a $49,888 sale through DomainMarket.
There were 15 .com sales on the top 20 chart, along with one each for .me, .org, .nl, .es an .global. Sedo took 9 sales on the chart while DomainMarket had 8.
Itâs the fifth Domain Name Journal chart in a row of top reported domain name sales where at least a pair of six-figure sales have topped the chart. In the week ending 16 December packet.com topped the chart in a $350,000 sale through LegalBrandMarketing followed by ore.com ($100,000) and ntd.com ($75,000), both sold through BQDN.
There were 16 .com sales in the top 21 (a tie for 20th place) and one each for .org, .de, .es, .me and .eu. On the aftermarket side of things apart from the pair of BQDN sales there were 15 through Sedo and 3 through DomainMarket.
The sale of q.org for $500,000 topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported domain name sales for the week ending 21 October, sold through LegalBrandMarketing, and is now the equal twelfth on the year to date sales chart. The biggest sale of the year so far is the $3.5 million sale of ice.com in July.
Coming in second on the weekly chart was deposit.com, which sold for $170,100 through Sharjil Saleem while third was xiangcun.com which sold for $82,000 through Sedo.
There were 13 sales brokered by Sedo in the top 21 sales for the week â there was a two-way tie for 20th position and 2 for DomainMarket. On the TLD side of things there were 15 .com sales, 2 .org and one each for .eu, .co, .online and .global.
A pair of .co domain names topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 17 June, with feed.co coming out top, selling for $85,000 through Sedo while cbd.co tied for second, selling for $50,000 through GritBrokerage along with sportline.com through Sedo.
Sedo had 17 sales in the top 22 â there was a 3-way tie for 20th place and DomainMarket 2. There were 17 .com sales for the week, another 2 for .co and .org and one for .mx.
BQDN released results of some recent sales and dominated the top of the Domain Name Journalâs top reported sales for the week ending 27 May taking out the top 5 sales, the top 3 of which hit the six-figure mark.
The biggest seller was 509.com which sold for $295,000 followed by cpu.com for $140,000 and enhance.com for $110,000.
Overall BQDN took out 6 sales on the top 20 chart and Sedo 14, one of which was brokered with DomainMarket.
On the top level domain side of things there were 17 .com and one each for .de, .at and .es.
Totaldesign.com has topped the weekly sales chart for the week ending 29 April in a $60,000 sale brokered by DomainMarket, according to the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales.
Coming in second for the week was my.bio in a â¬49,900 ($59,880) sale followed by a tie for third for micromobility.com and ycoin.com selling for $50,000, all 3 sales through Sedo.
There were 16 .com domain names in the top 20 and one each for .bio, .org, .tax and .co. On the aftermarket side of things, there were 10 sales through Sedo, 4 each through DomainMarket and NameJet and 2 through a NameJet/RightOfTheDot NamesCon Auction.
It was the year-to-dateâs biggest sale of a new gTLD domain name and non-.com domain name â the sale of vacation.rentals for $500,300 through Uniregistry. Itâs also the fifth biggest sale of the year to date. And it was 10 times the size of the second biggest sale of the year!
For the week ending 8 April coming in second on Domain Name Journalâs chart of top reported sales was closers.com, which sold for $50,000, and live.casino (Â£24,500 or $34,790), both sold through Sedo.
There were 12 .com sales on the chart, 3 new gTLD sales (.rentals, .casino and .chat), 2 for .org and one each for .co.uk, .eu and .tv. Sedo had 13 sales on the chart, DomainMarket 3 and Uniregistry 2.
On the sale of vacation.rentals, Domain Name Journal note that it was the biggest reported new gTLD sale ever, topping the sale of home.loans which sold for $500,000 in January, with both .rentals and .loans being Donuts operated new gTLDs.
There were 2 6-figure sales topping the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 18 February, with inspection.com topping the chart in a huge $335,000 sale through Buckley Media Group. The second of the 6-figure sales was jones.com, selling for an even $100,000 through BQDN which also took out third position with the sale of sponge.com, which sold for $51,000.
Coming in fourth and fifth were a couple of $50,000 sales â ocx.com and videodesign.com through Sedo and DomainMarket/Sedo respectively.
Just like last week there were 15 .com sales on the top 20 chart and one each for .nl, .org, .co.uk, .de and .it. Sedo had a hand in 8 sales, DomainMarket 7 and BQDN 4.