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August 28, 2019

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Skew.com Sends Uniregistry Straight to the Top of This Week's Domain Sales Chart

The word "skew" is often used to mean something that is not straight but Uniregistry's $92,000 sale of Skew.com put then on a direct path to the #1 position on our latest all weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart. Sedo scored at a similar level, banking $83,250 for #2 AceTech.com and, between them, the two aftermarket sales powerhouses went on to sweep all but one spot on the elite list. 

Sedo claimed three of the top five sales en route to piling up 11 entries overall, with #3 Homee.com adding $40,000 to their ledger and #5 FacetData.com kicking in another $19,888. The week's biggest non .com sale was sandwiched in between those two at #4. That was a $20,000 sale of new gTLD Simple.life that Uniregistry made on behalf of seller WebQuest. 

The lone sale that escaped the Sedo and Uniregistry trawlers was the week's biggest ccTLD sale - a $16,298 sale of Singles.uk that was handled by DomainLore.uk. That was one of five country code domains to earn spots on the Big Board. Uniregistry booked a $12,000 deal for #8 JOI.co while Sedo accounted for the other three with a trio led by #9 (tie) Beauty.co at $10,000

By Ron Jackson

Everything else, 14 of 20 entries overall, went to the .coms. Here's how all of the sales leaders stacked for the week ending Sunday, August 25, 2019:  

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The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Aug. 19, 2019 - Sun. Aug. 25, 2019
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Aug. 28, 2019)


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1. Skew.com $92,000 Uniregistry