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August 10, 2016

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Trio of 6-Figure Sales - Two of Them New gTLDs - Top This Week's Domain Sales Chart

Two of the past week's four biggest domain sales were 3-letter .coms. No surprise there because that popular category always attracts serious money. The other two however, including the week's biggest sale, came from the new gTLD category that, at this early stage, still has a limited aftermarket track record. Domain investors remain split on the prospects for new gTLDs but the proponents got a boost this week when the Rightside registry announced two big sales - this week's chart topper, Sex.live, at $160,000 and an adult domain sibling - #3 Porn.live at $120,000 (the buyer has already launched websites on each domain, both NSFW). 

Joining them at the top of our latest weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart are those 3-letter .coms - #2 UED.com, sold through Guta.com for $150,000, and #4 TIN.com at $77,000 via Sedo. Sedo rounded out the first five with JoeJohnson.com at $21,000. They went on to pile up 13 of the 20 chart entries.

13 was also a lucky number for the .coms who filled that many spots on the Big Board. Nidoma.com contributed to the .com charge with #8 (tie) Biciclette.com at $15,000, as did SnapNames with #10 121212.com at $12,010

By Ron Jackson

The ccTLDs also had a good week with five entries on the elite list. Sedo accounted for three of those, including the largest one, #6 Mail.pe at $20,000. Quest Financial put a second one on the top half of the leader board, selling #8 (tie) MIO.tv for $15,000. Catawiki.com also helped the country code cause with #18 (tie) Incassobureaus.nl ("collection agencies" in Dutch) at $7,500

Here is how all of the sales leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, August 7, 2016:

HealthInsurance Services, Inc
eHealthInsurance Services, Inc
eHealthInsurance Services, Inc

The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Aug. 1, 2016 - Sun. Aug. 7, 2016
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect August 10, 2016)


Sold For

Where Sold
1. Sex.live $160,000 Rightside
2. UED.com $150,000 Guta
3. Porn.live $120,000 Rightside
4. TIN.com $77,000 Sedo
5. JoeJohnson.com $21,000 Sedo
GlobalPoker.com $20,000 Sedo
Mail.pe $20,000 Sedo
Biciclette.com $15,000 Nidoma
MIO.tv $15,000 Quest Financial
10. 121212.com $12,010 SnapNames

11. VisaGate.com $10,000 Sedo
12. Lasiweijiasi.com €8,880 = $9,946 Sedo
13. Antique-Guide.com £6,844 = $8,897 Sedo
14. NoSecrets.com $8,800 Sedo
15. EZTrader.it $8,688 Sedo
16. Mipiaci.com $8,600 Sedo
17. Shops.be €7,500 = $8,400 Sedo
("collection agencies" in Dutch)
$7,500 Catawiki
Real-Estate-Guide.com $7,500 Sedo
20. Campus365.com €6,500 = $7,280 Sedo

Keep in mind that these are the highest value cash only sales that have been reported to us in the past week. This column is meant to be an educational tool, not a complete list documenting ALL high value domain sales. Such a list is impossible to produce because many sales are kept private at the insistence of buyers, sellers or both. Our procedure for verifying the accuracy of domain sales reports is available here.

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Top Sales Charts

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The All-Time Top 20 All-Cash Domain Sales Reported By DNJournal.com
 (2003 to Now)

.Com Supporting Cast

Sedo led the .Com Supporting Cast of four-figure sales with Deductible.com at $7,250 and DeepSoul.com at $7,000. Chuna.com chipped in $6,500, BodyDynamix.com brought $6,000 and three others - MeetSpot.com, Motoglobe.com and Vipets.com - posted $5,000 each.

Media365.com fetched $4,999, BTNL.com commanded $4,995, Cazinou.com notched $4,888 and AmericanHealthAssociation.com dispensed $4,799. Sedo had 23 more sales ranging from $2,000 to $4,000 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo .com Sales Between $2,000 - $4,000
burga.com $4,000   econobot.com $2,650
handtv.com $4,000 epiwave.com $2,650
sportunity.com $4,000 car-guide.com $2,500
spycams24.com $3,920 mancavestore.com $2,500
crawfordtrucksales.com $3,501 springking.com $2,500
4teachers.com $3,500 verticaltechnology.com $2,500
visitoc.com $3,500 e-forms.com $2,300
siteledger.com $3,350 yallamotors.com $2,188
footstock.com $3,280 genui.com $2,100
psychicreviews.com $2,750 chicagocred.com $2,000
watchmyback.com $2,700 gpstag.com $2,000
gamblingadvisor.com $2,695   

Back at SnapNames eColor.com collected $6,751, Senlu.com secured $3,080 and BFYY.com added $2,701. Attivo.com tacked on $2,226, SnapJob.com earned $2,205 and 8NJ.com drew $2,000.

Country Codes

The ccTLDs were led by the five sales you saw on the all extension leader board above - two of which reached five figures - Mail. pe at $20,000 and MIO.tv at $15,000. The highest sale in this category that you haven't seen yet is #6 on our  latest weekly Country Code Top 20 Sales Chart. That is Sedo's $5,600 sale of ePartner.de.

The next two spots went to Park.io who put a pair of names into a tie for the #7 position with  Advance.io and Buddy.io selling for $5,000 apiece.  They went on to claim six chart entries overall, second only to the dozen Sedo piled up.

The British Indian Ocean Territory's .io won the extension race with five chart entries. Germany's .de was just a step behind with four. Here is how the country code leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, August 7, 2016:

Country Code Top 20 Sales Chart
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Aug.1, 2016 - Sun. Aug. 7, 2016
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect August 10, 2016)


Sold For

Where Sold
1. Mail.pe $20,000 Sedo
2. MIO.tv $15,000 Quest Financial
3. EZTrader.it $8,688 Sedo
4. Shops.be €7,500 = $8,400 Sedo