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Uniregistry Wipe-Out on Weekly Sales Chart with Up Top

Domain Name Journal logoThe growth in popularity of kombucha, a type of “fermented, lightly effervescent sweetened black or green tea drinks” with some supposed health benefits (according to Wikipedia) has resulted in a big six-figure domain name sale, that of, which topped the Domain Name Journal weekly sales chart for the week ending 17 September.

The domain name sold for $200,000 in a sale through Uniregistry which was announced on 19 September in a news release detailing their 2017 sales to date. Uniregistry said they had sold 3617 domains totalling more than $29,000,000 in the first 8 months of 2017.

There were 5 six-figure sales announced on the weekly sales chart, all through Uniregistry. The other 4 were ($150,000), hebe ($125,000), ($117,650), and (both $100,000).

With the release of the Uniregistry sales, Uniregistry did a complete wipe-out of the chart, and with a 5-way tie for 20th place, took out the 24 positions on the Uniregistry sales chart. On the TLD side of things there ere 22 .com sales and 2 .net sales.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 17 September, go to: