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November 06, 2019

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Phenomenal Outing for Phenom.com - James Booth's Brokerage Banks Over $750,000 With 4 of Week's Top 5 Sales 

Domain broker James Booth recently upgraded his sales site, moving from BQDN.com (an acronym for Best Quality Domain Names) to a prestigious one-word .com - Phenom.com. The first list of completed sales we received from him since he re-branded certainly lives up to the phenomenal name. James rang up over $750,000 en route to claiming four of the top five spots on our latest weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart. He topped the hit list with one of the year's top 10 sales to date, IJ.com at at a cool $550,000. The domain went to a Chinese company that operates 5i5j.com.

Phenom filled the #2 slot with Rude.com at $100,000 and #3 with HLG.com at $70,000. The latter domain was one Booth had purchased for himself just two weeks previously before deciding to flip it to the operators of HorticultureLightingGroup.com. After Uniregistry stepped into the #4 hole with Placemaker.com at $40,000, Phenom completed its high flying quartet with #5 Flax.com at $35,000 - and Booth still wasn't done. He put yet another name on the elite list, this time scoring with a ccTLD - #15 CBD.it at $17,000.

By Ron Jackson

The CBD.it sale represented just one of the four country code sales that earned places on the Big Board. Sedo secured the biggest one, banking $22,200 for #10 Kama.co. Silent.Domains added another, brokering a deal that sent #13 (tie) Paw.ca to the owners of Paw.com for $18,000. Uniregistry rounded out the ccTLD contingent with #20 HirePay.co at $13,800.

The non .com gTLDs also made their presence known by putting three names on the honor roll - all of them .orgs. NameJet sold the two biggest ones - #6 KnowYourStuff.org at $30,600 and #8 CFAH.org at $24,300. Sedo booked the third - #11 PC.org at $20,500

Here's how all of the sales leaders stacked for the week ending Sunday, November 3, 2019:  

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The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Oct, 28, 2019 - Sun. Nov. 3, 2019
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Nov. 6, 2019)


Sold For

Where Sold
1. IJ.com $550,000