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Six-Figure Sale at Sedo Secures Top Spot on This Week's Domain Sales Chart - ccTLDs Show Strength Too 

If this was the movie business, 3-letter .coms could be looked at as our versions of Brad Pitt and Scarlett Johansson - they always draw big bucks at the box office! That has been proven yet  again with Sedo banking 110,000 ($133,100) for MIM.com to take the top spot on our latest bi-weekly all-extension Top 20 Sales Chart. With the domain still under WhoIs privacy we don't yet know if the buyer was an investor or an end user but 3-letter .coms have proven to be a consistent winner with both groups.

 

XYNames.com claimed the #2 spot on the Big Board after receiving the final installment of a payment plan the buyer used to acquire CashGo.com for $75,000. The .coms then 

completed a trifecta at the top of the elite list with #3 Chatroom.com bringing $65,167 via Web.com's SellYourDomain service. The .coms went on to pile up 14 of the 20 entries on the honor roll.

The ccTLDs also had a very good outing, claiming five places on the leader aboard, including two in the top ten. Those were EMall.ca's $35,000 (USD) sale of #4 SportsBet.ca and Sedo's $30,250 sale of #6 (tie) Coach.co. Sedo also rang the other three country code domains that made a big splash in the sales pool. 

The non .com gTLDs were limited to one spot but that was a solid $25,000 sale of new gTLD VK.shop, also thanks to Sedo who went on to sweep 13 chart entries overall.

Everything else went to the .coms who got a pair of assists from Michael Mann's DomainMarket.com where #10 Liono.com sold for $27,000 and #11 (tie) Remilk.com returned $25,000. EmpiresNames.com also aided the .com cause with their $30,000 sale of #8 Smokefree.com, as did NameJet with a $20,289 sale of Premix.com.

 

 

 

 


        
 
     By Ron Jackson

Here's how all of the sales leaders stacked up for the two weeks ending Sunday, December 6, 2020:

The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Nov. 23, 2020 - Sun. Dec. 6, 2020
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Dec. 9, 2020)

 

Domain

Sold For

Where Sold

1. MIM.com 110,000 = $133,100 Sedo
2. CashGo.com $75,000 XYNames
3. Chatroom.com $65,167 SellYourDomain
4. SportsBet.ca CAD 44,814 = $35,000 Emall.ca
5. Novoo.com $33,000 Sedo
6.
tie
Adan.com 25,000 = $30,250 Sedo
6.
tie