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February 27, 2018

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0123.com Commands Over a Quarter of a Million Dollars to Top This Week's Sales Chart

Short .com numeric domains are one of those categories that have seen stratospheric price increases over the past couple of years. This week brought news of the highest four-digit domain sale reported to date. Flippa.com broker Devoir Funches worked with the buyer's broker, Sharjil Saleem (AEServer.com), to close a $252,500 deal for 0123.com. That also ranks among the 15 biggest domain sales reported so far in 2016

In horse racing terms, 0123.com won by about 8 lengths this week with the cash register tape dropping down to $35,000 for the next highest sale reported - GameWin.com via Sedo. They filled the next four slots on our latest all extension Top 20 Sales Chart as well with a quartet led by a pair of 3-letter .coms - #3 OCB.com at $27,500 and #4 OIR.com at $24,999. Sedo went on to sweep 16 of the 20 chart entries overall.

One of the few spots that escaped their grasp was #7 WorldWideWeb.com. Veteran domain investor Michael Mann (DomainMarket.com) picked up that domain in a private transaction at what looks to be a bargain price - just $18,000.

By Ron Jackson

.Coms piled up 14 chart entries overall while the non .com gTLDs and the ccTLDs claimed three spots each. #5 CraftZone.net led the former with a $19,000 sale at Sedo who put a second .net on the top half of the elite list with #10 (tie) Osteoporosis.net going for $10,000. The third sale in this group came from a new gTLD - #17 DJ.club at $7,200 through Sedo.

The ccTLDs were led by Nidoma.com's $8,361 sale of #15 Vacanzedinatale.it ("Christmas holidays" in Italian). Here is how all of the sales leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, October 9, 2016:

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The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Oct. 3, 2016 - Sun. Oct. 9, 2016
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect October 12, 2016)


Sold For

Where Sold
1. 0123.com $252,500 Devoir Funches (Flippa)/Sharjil Saleem (AEServer)
2. GameWin.com $35,000 Sedo
3. OCB.com $27,500 Sedo
4. OIR.com $24,999 Sedo
5. CraftZone.net $19,000 Sedo
6. Voet.com €16,500 = $18,150 Sedo
7. WorldWideWeb.com $18,000 Pvt Sale
8. FinMarket.com $16,500 Sedo
9. Decadent.com $13,500 Sedo
OLXGroup.com $10,000 Sedo
Osteoporosis.net $10,000 Sedo

12. Unhackable.com $9,999 Sedo
13. FoldingChairs.com $9,500 Sedo
14. Incentivized.com $8,500 Sedo
15. Vacanzedinatale.it
("Christmas holidays" in Italian)
€7,601 = $8,361 Nidoma
16. Midea.es $7,250 Sedo
17. DJ.club $7,200 Sedo
18. NChain.com $7,000 Sedo
Likeon.com €5,500 = $6,050 Sedo
Patrimonial.fr €5,500 = $6,050 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

Click Link Below for
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 ZBNX.com at $5,600 and two others at $5,550 each - GraceFM.com and Impreg.com. OLEDShop.com added $5,391, PrimeAle.com produced $5,390 and another pair - SimpleNature.com and TRCW.com - kicked in $5,000 apiece

Exotik.com tacked on $4,990, RugbyClub.com drew $4,880, AffordableHealthCarePlans.com provided $4,400 and Comapi.com made $4,277. 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
ainternational.com $4,000   cboa.com $2,900
foodbrand.com $4,000 alphapharma.com $2,800
pruvi.com $4,000 skinterface.com $2,650
wellon.com $4,000 mythirst.com $2,500
b-social.com $3,975 noblemate.com $2,500
triteia.com $3,600 strategyhouse.com $2,500
nidum.com $3,569 jewelmaker.com $2,460
designbrochure.com $3,000 localskinny.com $2,250
footballcritic.com $3,000 bookbet.com $2,000
myperfectjob.com $3,000 farbelowretail.com $2,000
shipphoto.com $3,000 formalz.com $2,000
churchclocks.com $2,995  

Back at Nidoma.com ChannelPay.com picked up $4,500 and AngloAmericanSchool.com enrolled $2,201. Elsewhere, FatCityProperties.com banked $3,995 for LearningVine.com, $3,000 for Cogaming.com and $2,995 for WorldLogistic.com

Country Codes

The ccTLDs were led by the three names you saw on the all extension leader board above with Vacanzedinatale.it ("Christmas holidays" in Italian) setting the pace at $8,361. The biggest sale in this category that you haven't see yet is  #4 on our latest weekly Country Code Top Sales Chart. That is Sedo's sale of Mum.co at $6,000.

Nidoma rounded out the first five with FarmaciaOnline.es at $4,400. Nidoma went on to pile up eight chart entries. Sedo had six and put all six of those in the top ten. Golem.eu also got into the act with #15 Bago.be at $1,099

The extension race wound up in dead heat with Italy's .it and Spain's .es claiming four chart entries apiece. Here is how the country code leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, October 9, 2016:

Country Code Top Sales Chart
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Oct. 3, 2016 - Sun. Oct. 9, 2016
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect October 12, 2016)


Sold For

Where Sold
1. Vacanzedinatale.it
("Christmas holidays" in Italian)
€7,601 = $8,361 Nidoma