2015 Highest Reported Domain Name Sales

Porno.com was the highest reported domain name sale in 2015. The domain name changed hands for $8,888,888 .

Here are the highest reported domain name sales in 2015 :

1. Porno.com     $8,888,888     Schwartz     2/4/15
2.tie     PX.com     $1,000,000     MediaOptions     9/9/15
2.tie     588.com     $1,000,000     4.cn     9/23/15
4. 399.com     $821,818.88     Schwartz     1/3/16
5. 989.com     $818,181.81     Guta     10/28/15
6. 899.com     $801,000     Schwartz     9/16/15
7. 345.com     $800,000     MostWantedDomains     1/7/15
8. GJ.com     $694,095     NameJet     10/7/15
9. NL.com     $575,000     Heritage Domains     3/4/15
10. SX.com     $555,050     NameJet     8/14/15
11. QE.com     $554,000     eNaming/MediaOptions     7/22/15
12.tie     Drink.com     $500,000     DomainNameSales     12/2/15
12.tie     Give.com     $500,000     Sedo     7/29/15
14. 358.com     $480,000     SnapNames     9/9/15
15. QUA.com     $459,000     Pvt Sale     5/6/15
16.  Rangers.com     $375,000     DomainNameSales     2/11/15
17. HomeCare.com     $350,000     NamesCon/RightOfTheDot Auction
18. Heika.com     $300,000     Sedo     2/25/15
19. PPP.com     $290,000     Guta.com     4/24/15
20. TV.se     SEK 2,180,500 = $265,149     Tradera

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