DeviAssurance.com Sells@$2.5K, RRR.CLUB $3K, DDD.CLUB $2.01K, DN Journal's Weekly TOP 20 Sales

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Ron Jackson >> The DN Journal Weekly List of the TOP 20 Sales >> ( dnjournal.com/domainsales.htm ) >>

.IN Sales: None

Other India-related Sales: DeviAssurance.com $2,500 ( via SnapNAMES.com )

TOP .CN (Also this week's TOP ccTLD Sale) >>


Barcelo.CN €10K (approx. US$11.2K) / (via SEDO.com )

'New TLD' / 'nTLD' Sales: RRR.CLUB $3K | DDD.CLUB $2,010 (Both via SEDO)

| JJJ.CLUB / VVV.CLUB $2
K EACH (Both via SEDO)

| The.NETWORK $1,799 / Pay.PLUS $1,750 (Both via FLIPPA.com )

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Some Miscellaneous Sales:
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Enrollment.ORG $9K (via
SnapNames.com ) | PD5.com $4K ( via HitNAMER.com )

01.BIZ £4.4K (appx. US$6,292) / BIN.NET $3,377

RON: "Sedo also teamed up with SnapNames to sell Bovalto.com for $3,888 "...

.MA: State.MA $2K (via SEDO)


( RON >> "you can look up the nation each extension goes with here [ iana.org/domains/root/db ]." )

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Percentage of .COMs:
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Thu, Jan 7 = 33 out of 40 =
82.50%

(40 - double the usual 20 - as this report covered 2 Weeks of DN Sales Data)

Thu, Jan 21 = 14 out of 20 =
70%

Thu, Jan 28 = 12 out of 20 =
60%

Thu, Feb 4 =
17 out of 20 = 85%

Fri, Feb 12 =
15 out of 21 = 71.43% / (21 - the extra pot due to a 2-way 'tie' at #20)

Thu,
Feb18 = 15 out of 21 = 71.43% / (21 - the extra spot due to a 2-way 'tie' at #20)


(Dates as per the prevailing local time in India)


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dnjournal.com/domainsales.htm excerpts:

Six Figure .Com Stands Out in the Otherwise Slow Week We Expected for Domain Sales

By Ron Jackson


As I mentioned last week, we were expecting aftermarket domain sales to be slow this week because many offices in China were closed all of last week for the Chinese New Year. With the normally busy domain buyers there joining in the celebration sales activity was bound to fall off - and it did. If you look at our latest all extension Top 20 Sales Chart below, you will see an almost complete absence of the kinds of high end domains Chinese buyers prefer (predominantly ultra-short .com acronym and numeric domains).

With buyers back on the job this week, it will be very interesting to see what kind of results we will have to report next week. Some have been predicting the frenetic buying pace in the Far East will slow down soon while others think the the boom we've seen in recent months is just the beginning.

[...] Magenta.com, [...] changed hands via DomainNameSales.com for an even $100,000. Flippa.com [...] Creature.com at $35,000 and [...]

[...]

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[ Ron's full article - including the complete, weekly list of the SEDO.com DN Sales:

 
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