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Seven-Figure Sale of Chill.com Freezes Out the Competition for Top Spot on New Sales Chart

Yet another seven-figure sale headlines our bi-weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart after being finalized with the final payment in an installment plan. Under similar circumstances two weeks ago IT.com closed at $3.8 million in the biggest publicly reported domain sale of the year to date. This time around the track Chill.com blew past the million-dollar mark to close at $1.6 million after an $800,000 final payment was made (reported in our Lowdown section when the news broke). In addition to taking the top spot on the new bi-weekly Top 20, Chill.com also moves into the #3 position on the YTD Top 100 Chart with 2022's 6th publicly reported sale of over a million dollars.

Michael Mann's DomainMarket filled the #2 spot this week with an impressive $150,000 sale of TechnologyHoldings.com. The buyer, a well established player in strategic mergers and acquisitions in the technology and business services fields, gets a nice upgrade to pair with the hyphenated version of the domain (technology-holdings.com) that has been their long-time home online.


Those two helped the .coms sweep the first seven chart entries on the honor roll with Sedo getting credit for five of those, including #3 Onda.com at $80,000 and #4 Virtua.com at $78,000. A $65,000 sale of Maga.com also gave Sedo a shared of the #5 spot alongside Agentive.com, a domain that Braden Pollock at LegalBrandMarketing sold  for the same price. The .coms wound up taking 12 of 20 entries overall. 

The ccTLDs also turned in a powerful performance with five charted sales including two in the top ten. Those were a pair of $35,000 sales that tied for #8. One went to Sedo who sold ITJobs.mx and the other to SquadHelp where Testimonial.io changed hands (Elliot Silver at DomainInvesting.com provided some interesting details on the latter sale). Dynadot also helped the country code cause with their $14,998 sale of #18 Lebo.tv.

The non .com gTLDs chalked up some solid sales too with three of those landing on the Big Board. That trio was led by Swetha.xyz's $28,000 sale of #11 Redeem.xyz. Sedo posted the other two, #12 (tie) Omni.app at $25,000 and #19 Conviction.xyz at $14,888

Here is how the sales leaders stacked up for the two weeks ending Sunday, July 3, 2022:









           By Ron Jackson

The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. June 20 - Sun. July 3, 2022
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect July 6, 2022)



Sold For

Where Sold

1. Chill.com $1,600,000 Pvt Sale
2. TechnologyHoldings.com $150,000 DomainMarket
3. Onda.com $80,000 Sedo
4. Virtua.com $78,000 Sedo
Agentive.com $65,000 LegalBrandMarketing