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Andy Booth Bags a Pair of 6-Figure Sales to Take Top Two Spots on Our Latest Domain Sales Chart

Domain broker Andy Booth (Booth.com) has been racking up high end sales for so many years I've lost count,  but you don't hear about most of them as Andy has preferred to maintain a low profile and most of his clients want non-disclosure agreements. His firm has been involved in career sales running into nine figures now. So, it was good to see Andy let a couple of recent cats out of the bag this week with posts on X.com revealing that, with the help of SquadHelp.com, he had closed two new six-figure sales - Miri.com at $199,995 and Precise.ai at $110,000. That impressive pair sets the pace on our latest all-extension Top 20 Domain Sales Chart

Andy was an early mover in the artificial intelligence space and is a big booster of the booming .ai TLD. His Precise.ai sale gives that extension five of the top six entries on our YTD Top 100 ccTLD Chart (2nd chart on the page linked to) - ranking # 6 in a group headed by #1 You.ai (sold for $700,000 at Sedo last month).

With a .com taking the top spot and a ccTLD the second, the non .com gTLDs got into the top tier act this week too with the .cloud registry's $87,200 sale of #3 ML.cloud in a deal brokered by Nidoma.com. That sale also ranks as the 6th biggest publicly reported sale year to date in this category. 

There is a lot of diversity on the latest chart with half of the entries going to .coms and half to non .coms. The .coms ran off a nice string from numbers four through six with Sedo banking $58,888 for Relu.com, SnapNmes notching $53,499 for 802.com and NameJet collecting $45,750 for Weapons.com

The non .com gTLDs had a very good outing too, putting seven entries on the Big Board including Afternic's $40,000 sale of #7 P.vip. That left three spots for the ccTLDs including a second top ten entry with Sedo's $20,710 sale of #9 Access.me

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           By Ron Jackson

Here is how all of the leaders stacked up for the two weeks ending Sunday, November 19, 2023:

The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Nov. 6 - Sun. Nov. 19, 2023
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect Nov. 22, 2023)

 

Domain

Sold For

Where Sold

1. Miri.com $199,995 Andy Booth/
Squadhelp
2. Precise.ai $110,000 Andy Booth/
Squadhelp
3. ML.cloud 80,000 = $87,200 Nidoma
4. Relu.com $58,888 Sedo
5. 802.com $53,499 SnapNames