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October 29, 2019

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7-Figure Sale of a 3-Letter .Com Rocks This Week's Domain Sales Chart - Deal Ranks Among Year's Top 3

Uniregistry and Buy Domain Guide,LLC rocketed to the top of our latest weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart this week after joining forces to co-broker a stunning $1,500,000 deal for EKO.com. In addition to topping this week's leader board the blockbuster sale also ranks among the three biggest sales reported so far this year - topped only by Voice.com in June ($30 million is the biggest all cash domain sale ever reported) and California.com at $3 million in January. EKO.com is also the year's highest 3-letter .com sale, easily outdistancing the $300,000 sale of NCC.com in July. The domain was purchased by a well-capitalized video production company that invested in a major upgrade from their previous domain - HelloEko.com.

Uniregistry went on to to stake their flag on three of the week's top five sales, also scoring with #3 7732.com at $49,500 and #5 PracticeManagement.com at $14,985. Joining them on the upper quadrant of the elite list are Michael Mann's DomainMarket.com where #2 Passione.com ("passion" in Italian) sold for $60,000 and Sedo, who banked $29,999 for #4 Sentai.com.

Sedo went on to sweep 12 of the 21 chart entries (the extra spot resulting from a tie for the final position). Their haul included all seven of the ccTLDs that muscled their way onto the Big Board. That country code contingent was led by #8 NewsHub.co.uk at $11,610 and a pair of German .de domains that tied for #9 - IWantMyMoneyBack.de and Zulassung.de ("admission" in German) - at $11,100 apiece.

By Ron Jackson

The non .com gTLDs also got into the act with a pair of chart entries - both .orgs. Sedo sold #7 JVV.org for $12,500 while Uniregistry moved #11 Ground.org for $11,000

Even so, the .coms maintained their usual majority share of the spoils, piling up a dozen places on the honor roll. Here's how all of the sales leaders stacked for the two weeks ending Sunday, October 20, 2019:  

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The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Oct, 14, 2019 - Sun. Oct. 20, 2019
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Oct. 23, 2019)


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1. EKO.com $1,500,000 Uniregistry/
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