Sedo Weekly Domain Sales Recap
Each week, the online domain marketplace Sedo.com releases a list of their top public domain sales of $2,000 USD or higher (private sales are not reported). This chart is separated into three sections, the .COM domains, the ccTLDs (Country Code Top-Level Domains) and lastly, the Other domains, which represents the .ORG, .NET and other gTLDs.
This Sedo Weekly Public Domain Sales Recap covers public domain transactions from February 25, 2020 to March 1, 2020. We start off the .COM section of this recap with a pair of 5-figure domains leading the way, as codi.com changed hands at $40,000 USD and digid.com sold a bit lower at 30,000 EUR. Completing the 5-figure chain is atomichealth.com ($15,000 USD) and wesellusedcars.com ($10,000 USD), while both d24.com ($9,500 USD) and myquartz.com ($9,199 USD) came close. In all, we counted a total of 44 .COM transactions of $2,000 or higher this week, which is on target with the 44, 28, and 41 qualifier range of our prior three Sedo recaps.
The ccTLD section of our recap begins with the 3-letter izi.co sporting a 13,000 EUR price tag, followed by the 5-figure citizenship.me (10,000 EUR) and layer.co ($10,000 USD). Other notable ccTLD domain transactions included the 3-letter kgn.eu (3,500 EUR) and xtz.ca ($3,000 USD), as well as the 1-word reader.co ($5,000 USD), formulate.eu (3,800 EUR), and angles.co ($2,000 USD). Overall, this week’s chart featured 16 ccTLD domain sales that reached a price of at least $2K (which is in the same range as the 13, 21, and 19 similar transactions from the prior 3 recaps), with the country extension leaders sorting out in this order: .DE (5 listings), .CO (4), .EU (2), .UK (2), and then single entries for .CA, .CO.UK, and .ME.
The Other portion of the Sedo chart gives off a decidedly old-school vibe this week, starting with waverley.org occupying the top spot with a price tag of $8,800 USD and tpa.org following close behind at $6,800 USD. The total domain number and the total dollar value challenges were not as close as the last 2 weeks (which the new gTLDs won), and the .ORG/.NET contingent took back the crown with a dominating victory. We tallied 7 domain sales in this week’s Other section, which is still within the 9, 5, and 4 transaction range of our last 3 weekly updates.