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April 29, 2020

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Six-Figure Sales Take Top Spots on This Week's Domain Sales Chart - Sedo's Dave Evanson Books 2 of Top 3 

The domain aftermarket produced another round of solid sales over the past two weeks. A pair of six-figure sales set the pace with Sedo Senior Broker Dave Evanson logging the highest of those with Plains.com at $115,000. Pioneering domain investor Garry Chernoff (NetIncome Ventures) also rang the six-figure bell for the umpteenth time, his latest hit coming from a $100,000 sale of Winemaker.com put together by Uniregistry.com.  

Evanson also claimed the #3 spot on our latest all extension Top 20 Sales Chart, adding another $60,000 to the Sedo ledger by brokering the sale of Punks.com. Chernoff took another lap around the track too, again using Uniregistry to move #6 Stillness.com at $30,000. With another assist from Legal Brand Marketing's Braden Pollock, who sold #4 Pleased.com for $40,000, the .coms went on to sweep 9 of the top 10- chart entries. 

The ccTLDs also turned in another very strong performance, claiming five places on the Big Board with Sedo's $23,000 sale of #8 BE.de leading that quintet. Morgan Linton also helped the country code cause by brokering two charted sales - #11 (tie) Period.co at $15,000 and #16 Propeller.io at $14,500.

By Ron Jackson

The non .com gTLDs earned two spots on the honor roll with both of those going to .org sales at Sedo - #11 (tie) Boycott.org at $15,000 and #18 LPM.org at $12,500. Sedo piled up 14 entries overall including a $14,888 sale of #15 A-K.com they made for Dubai Domains.

Before we go to the charts I also wanted to let you know about another interesting domain sale story that George Kirikos wrote about at NamePros this past week. George, who has uncovered dozens of previously unreported high value transactions over the years found evidence that 56.com was sold for at least $7.2 million last year. The exact figure is not known so it can't be charted yet but it is obviously an important transaction and you will be interested in reading what George learned about it.

Now let's take a look at how all of the sales leaders stacked up for the two weeks ending Sunday, April 26, 2020:  

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The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. April 13, 2020 - Sun. April 26, 2020
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect April 29, 2020)


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Where Sold
1. Plains.com $115,000 Sedo