.UK Sale Tops Weekly Chart As Big Sales Take A Break

By September 5, 2019 Aftermarket No Comments
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It wasn’t a week for big domain name sales, but it meant that some ccTLD sales were able to take out 3 of the top 4 positions on the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 11 August. The biggest sale for the week was shopping.uk which sold for a very handy €50,500 ($56,055) through DomainOrder while exl.com came in second in a $50,000 sale through Sedo.

Third and fourth for the week was a pair of .co domain names, which while are Colombia’s ccTLD are generally regarded as gTLDs. The first of these was generate.co which sold for $39,500 followed by octane.co which sold for $27,500, with sold through GritBrokerage.

While only taking out one of the top 4 domains, .com took out positions 5 through 20 to take out 17 of the top 20 on the top-level domain (TLD) side of things. On the aftermarket side of things, Uniregistry had another good week having a hand in 9 sales while Sedo had 5 with DomainOrder and FatCityProperties 2 each.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 11 August in more detail, see: http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2019/20190821.htm