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Last Round of 2023 Domain Sales Data Now in With a $200,000 Sale Topping the Final Chart (Page 2)

(Report Published January 10, 2024 - Return to Page 1 of Report)

Country Codes

The ccTLDs were led by a quintet of five-figure sales, including one that landed on the all extension Top 20 Sale Chart that you saw on page 1. That was Sedo's $19,457 sale of EnergieAusweis.de. In addition to topping our latest Country Code Top 20 Sales Chart that sale started a torrid Sedo run that saw them sweep the entire top 10 and 20 of 22 entries overall (the extra spots resulted from a four-way tie for the final position).

The other five-figure sales in this group were also noted in the all extension section, so the highest ccTLD sale you haven't seen yet is Sedo's $9,810 sale of #6 Innehalten.de ("pause" in German). The only exceptions to the Sedo rule were a CAD 9,146 ($6,825) sale of #11 ORA.ca by Ilze Kaulins-Plaskacz from ExcellentDomains.ca and a $4,001 sale of MyLicence.org.uk via DomainLore.uk.

Germany's popular .de scored a runaway win in the TLD race with 11 chart entries. No other TLD had more than two. Here is how the ccTLDs stacked up for the three weeks ending Sunday, January 7, 2024:

Country Code Top 20 Sales Chart
Highest Reported ccTLD Sales - Mon. Dec. 18 - Sun. Jan. 7, 2024
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Jan. 10, 2024)



Sold For

Where Sold

1. EnergieAusweis.de
("energy certificate" in German)
17,850 = $19,457 Sedo
2. Egg.me $10,999 Sedo