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September 18, 2019

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LifeForce.com Lands at #1 on This Week's Sales Chart - 2 ccTLDs Make Top 5 & a New gTLD Goes Top 10

This was one of those weeks in the domain aftermarket that gave everyone something to cheer about. Yes, the .coms enjoyed their usual dominance, taking the top three spots on our latest weekly all extension Top 20 Domain Sales Chart (and 15 of 20 places overall), but the ccTLDs also excelled, putting two domains in the first five,  and the non .com gTLD's got into the act with a new gTLD that not only reached this week's top ten, but also ranks among the year's 10 biggest sales to date in the non. com gTLD category.

After sending us a previously unreported list of their biggest sales over the past six months, DomainsNext.com claimed two of the top three spots, including chart topper LifeForce.com at $70,000 and #3 0035.com at $51,000. They added yet another position with #10 (tie) G95.com going for $25,000. DomainsNext also reported a big numeric domain sale that they closed back in December when they banked $90,000 for 0003.com. As a result, we have added that domain to the 2018 Top 100 Chart in our Archive where it is tied for #83 (DomainsNext already held the #44 position on that chart with a similar domain, 0007.com, that they sold for $172,500 in June of 2018).

Uniregistry landed in the #2 spot on the Big Board this week with Empresa.com at $57,500. That was one of six chart entries for them, including #6 CoSpaces.com at $34,000

By Ron Jackson

The ccTLDs flexed their muscles with back to back entries at #4 and #5. Sedo led that duo with a $38,850 sale of Red.tv and GritBrokerage.com completed the powerful country code combination  with Jot.co at $38,500. The ccTLDs went on to earn four spots overall with DomainLore.uk contributing #13 Remortgage.uk at $20,740 and Sedo scoring again with #14 (tie) Goods.co at $20,000. Sedo would go in to match Uniregistry with six places overall on the honor roll.

Everything else went to the .coms who got an assist from two sales that AbdulBasit.com made through Afternic - #10 (tie) DarkWallet.com at $25,000 and #16 BusinessChecking.com at $19,888. DomainName.com also sweetened the pot with their $15,000 sale of #18 (tie) UnitedVentures.com.

Here's how all of the sales leaders stacked for the week ending Sunday, September 15, 2019:  

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The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Sept. 9, 2019 - Sun. Sept. 15, 2019
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Sept. 18, 2019)


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Where Sold
1. LifeForce.com $70,000