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6.xyz Tops This Week's Sales Chart After Changing Hands for Six Figures in One of Year's Four Biggest Non .Com Sales

Short numeric domains continue to make big money and some of the action in that red hot category (fueled primarily by Chinese buyers) extends beyond .com. The biggest example of that so far this year came this week when FindYourDomain.com brokered the $125,000 sale of 6.xyz. According to the WhoIs record the buyer lives in Toronto but a look up of other domains held by the same owner shows most are held at Chinese registrar eName.com, A scan of the final Escrow.com statement was submitted to us as proof of the price paid.

This is the the fourth biggest non .com sale reported so far in 2015, trailing only TV.se, a Swedish ccTLD that sold for $265,149 in January and two other gTLDs - Wine.club and 95.net - that sold for $140,000 each in June. 

Two of the next three spots on our latest weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart went to ever popular three-letter .coms with Flippa.com selling #2 NOY.com for $39,000 and DomainPromotion.com moving #4 PEQ.com for $27,000. Sandwiched in between was Sedo's sale of #3 Aflam.com at $34,000. Sedo also rounded out the first five with a name they sold for MostWantedDomains, ExpectTheUnexpected.com, at $25,000. These days few things are more unexpected than seeing a name in the top five that has more than four letters or numbers in it! 

By Ron Jackson

Sedo went on to sweep 15 of the 20 chart entries including two more non .com gTLDs - #10 Palm.info at $13,250 and #17 UF.net at $9,540. They also booked one of the two ccTLDs on the elite list - #13 Sponsor.me at $10,600. DomainLore.co.uk logged the other country code sale - #20 BR.uk at $8,154. Everything else went to .coms - 15 places overall. Flippa.com helped the .com cause by selling #11 Solopreneur.com for $11,094.  

Here is how the sales leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015:

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The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Nov. 16, 2015 - Sun. Nov. 22, 2015
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Nov. 25, 2015)

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. 6.xyz $125,000 FindYourDomain
2. NOY.com $39,000 Flippa
3. Aflam.com $34,000 Sedo
4. PEQ.com $27,000 DomainPromotion
5. ExpectTheUnexpected.com $25,000 MostWantedDomains/
Sedo
6. Hites.com $20,000 Sedo
7. Moncv.com €15,000 = $15,900 Sedo
8. 4129.com £9,998 = $15,097 Sedo
9. 5UC.com $15,000 Sedo
10. Palm.info €12,500 = $13,250 Sedo

11. Solopreneur.com $11,094 Flippa
12. XXWW.com $11,100 Sedo
13.  Sponsor.me €10,000 = $10,600 Sedo
14. 
tie
0852.com $10,000 Sedo
14. 
tie
Webedu.com $10,000 Sedo
14. 
tie
Yaodian.com $10,000 Sedo
17. UF.net €9,000 = $9,540 Sedo
18. 360Luxury.com $9,000 Sedo
19. 11822.com €8,000 = $8,480 Sedo
20. BR.uk £5,400 = $8,154 DomainLore.co.uk

Keep in mind that these are the highest value cash only sales that have been reported to us in the past week. This column is meant to be an educational tool, not a complete list documenting ALL high value domain sales. Such a list is impossible to produce because many sales are kept private at the insistence of buyers, sellers or both. Our procedure for verifying the accuracy of domain sales reports is available here.

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Top Sales Charts

Click Link Below for
The All-Time Top 20 All-Cash Domain Sales Reported By DNJournal.com
 (2003 to Now)

.Com Supporting Cast

Sedo led the .Com Supporting Cast of four-figure sales with SDMD.com at $6,100, BuyEasy.com at $5,999 and JobSimple.com at $5,500. Three others - COPDInfo.com, QMVR.com and Synergy360.com - went for $5,000 apiece.

Les100ciels.com sold for $4,770, Hatson.com hauled in $4,700 and QUOU.com yielded $4,611. BagTrack.com and BigLiving.com landed $4,500 apiece while SVLO.com clicked for $4,300. WELV.com went for $4,140 and Sinonimode.com made $4,095.  

Sedo had 89 more four-figure sales ranging from $2,000 to $3,998 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo .com Sales Between $2,000 - $3,998
carikerja.com $3,998   zkrn.com $2,500
va8.com $3,888 zwtc.com $2,500
dnjn.com $3,800 flkt.com $2,499
portafoliodenegocios.com $3,800 ybdp.com $2,499
58657.com $3,795 nrhq.com $2,498
registroimprese.com $3,750 rdxl.com $2,496
move24.com $3,710 hmhq.com $2,495
52315.com $3,528 qsnp.com $2,495
kqtz.com $3,500 qwtp.com $2,495
xwtx.com $3,500 wwpr.com $2,495
zenbroker.com $3,495 rgzy.com $2,455
farmaciadeiservizi.com $3,295 xpws.com $2,400
bkpp.com $3,000 dergioku.com $2,395
deloro.com $3,000 mmdeals.com $2,395
goodreview.com $2,999 pkjt.com $2,395
strok.com $2,999 momsquare.com $2,385
tgnd.com $2,910 krmf.com $2,300
rdrx.com $2,901 ybck.com $2,299
eeex.com $2,900 jbch.com $2,262
gtsj.com $2,900 mnhn.com $2,262
cdnh.com $2,800 nynm.com $2,262
contracthound.com $2,795 wmgw.com $2,262
watercompass.com $2,744 wmlm.com $2,262
79q.com $2,738 movingheroes.com $2,250
immotor.com $2,650 tfrj.com $2,250
movinghero.com $2,650 nmnr.com $2,249
sqlq.com $2,650 nkzm.com $2,222
centaurholdings.com $2,595 shopatelier.com $2,195
urtsolutions.com $2,595 zrpg.com $2,188
ultraretail.com $2,520 dnpj.com $2,120
lwnd.com $2,505 immo-online.com $2,120
amalfi.com $2,500 yssm.com $2,101
cdqg.com $2,500 alienbuffalo.com $2,095
dnlb.com $2,500 betterdeveloper.com $2,095
dzhl.com $2,500 moob.com $2,077
egizmos.com $2,500 ghyz.com $2,050
jpbd.com $2,500 bkgb.com $2,000
jtzy.com $2,500 bwmf.com $2,000
kdhc.com $2,500 doctorcollagen.com $2,000
knsm.com $2,500 hhjd.com $2,000
lbfn.com $2,500 nfhf.com $2,000
mrpw.com $2,500 rwff.com $2,000
tnpx.com $2,500 tkmz.com $2,000
ymhc.com $2,500 yfmf.com $2,000
yssb.com $2,500  

At SnapNames SSC3.com sold for $4,620, AnyMall.com collected $4,299 and Lailou.com corralled $2,920. Dalianmeng.com managed $2,021 and two others - KTJB.com and PMLJ.com - drew $2,000 each

Elsewhere, KeywordDomain.com sold FindHouses.com for $4,770, Mavaron teamed up with ApacheDomains to sell BuyFunds.com for $3,000 and Logan Flatt sold IstanbulRestaurant.com for $2,500 in a private sale.

Also, Flippa picked up $2,500 apiece for TeensGoWild.com and TripGo.com and another $2,400 for 4XX.com.

Country Codes

The ccTLDs were led by two sales you saw on the all extension leader board above - Sponsor.me at $10,600 via Sedo and BR.uk at $8,154 through DomainLore.co.uk. The biggest sale in this category that you haven't seen yet is #3 on this week's Country Code Top 20 Sales Chart. That is Bad.co, a name Sedo sold for $7,420. Host.it was just a dollar behind at $7,419, also through Sedo.

Sedo rounded out the first five with  FSC.it at $6,360 and went on to sweep 20 of the 22 chart entries (the extra spots resulting from a three-way tie for the final position). DomainLore.co.uk charted another name, selling Viral.co.uk for $3,097

Great Britain's .uk won a tight extension race with four chart entries (thee of the original .co.uk flavor and one .uk) followed by Germany's .de with three. In a very diverse week 13 different TLDs had representatives on the chart. Here is how the country code leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, Nov. 22:

Country Code Top 20 Chart
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Nov. 16, 2015 - Sun. Nov. 22, 2015
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Nov. 25, 2015)

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Sponsor.me €10,000 = $10,600 Sedo
2. BR.uk £5,400 = $8,154 DomainLore.co.uk
3. Bad.co €7,000 = $7,420 Sedo
4. Host.it €6,999 = $7,419 Sedo
5. FSC.it €6,000 = $6,360 Sedo
6. Malls.eu $6,000 Sedo
7 MyFone.de €5,500 = $5,830 Sedo
8. Fly.cc $5,003 Sedo
9. Map.eu $4,975 Sedo
10. Upholstery.co.uk £2,888 = $4,361 Sedo

11. Pronofoot.fr €4,000 = $4,240 Sedo
12. Egoist.co $3,500