VR.TOP Sells @ CN¥ 120K (appx. US$18,564), MAI.TOP CN ¥60K (appx. US$9.3K), DN Journal TOP 20

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

    .IN Sales: None

    .IO: Insight.IO $3,000 ( via
    FLIPPA.com )

    Servers.IO $2,355 / Bones.IO $2K ( Both via Park.IO )

    .LY: Drone.LY $2,025 (via Park.IO)

    .ZA: WSL.CO.ZA $2,500 ( via
    SEDO.com )

    (.ZA is the ccTLD / 'Country Code TLD' for South Africa)

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

    'New TLD'/'nTLD'
    Sales:

    VR.TOP CN¥ 120,000 (approx. US$18,564) / ( via West.CN )

    MAI.TOP CN¥60K (appx. US$9,282) /
    DDD.TOP ¥30K (appx. US$4,641) / (Both via West.CN)

    Pay.TOP CN¥ 60K (appx. US$9,282) / (via eName)

    Wines.XYZ $7.5K ( via DN.PROPERTIES ) | Mueller.WORK $2,315 (via
    SEDO)

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    Percentage of .COMs
    :
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    -

    Thu, Feb 18 = 15 out of 21 =
    71.43% / (21 - the extra spot due to a 2-way 'tie' at #20)

    Thu, Feb 25 = 11 out of 20 = 55%

    Thu, Mar 3 = 18 out of 20 =
    90%

    Thu , Mar 17 = 12 out of 20 =
    60%

    (2 Weeks of DN Sales Data as there was no report published on Thu, Mar 10)

    Thu, Mar 24 = 13 out of 20 =
    65%

    Thu, Mar 31 = 10 out of 20 = 50%

    (Dates are as per the prevailing local time in India)

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    dnjournal.com/domainsales.htm excerpts:

    .Coms and Non .Coms Evenly Split This Week's Top 20 Sales With 10 Entries Each

    By Ron Jackson

    It is a rare occasion when .coms don't dominate our weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart. The past week was one of those with non .com domain claiming just as many chart entries as .com domains with the two sides ending up in a 10-10 deadlock. The .coms did dominate the top of the elite list though, sweeping the first three positions and four of the top five. A five-letter acronym -TMHCC.com - led the pack, changing hands for $65,000 at Sedo. The buyer was a multi-national insurance company called Tokio Marine HCC.

    Flippa.com filled the #2 hole with Retard.com at $61,936 and they went on to claim three of the five biggest sales [...] and five places overall.


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    [ Ron's full article - including the complete, weekly list of the DN Journal TOP 20 Sales:


     
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