BGI.com Wins Weekly Sales List at $235,000

BGI.com, sold for $235,000 , topped Domain Name Journal’s sales list of reported domain names for the week ending January 24, 2016

Sedo had a great week in the sales chart,taking 15 of the top 20 positions .Correspondingly,SnapNames took only one of the top 20 positions .

.COM dominated once again the list,with 12 of the top 20 positions.

Here are the top 20 positions for the week ending January 24, 2016 :

1. BGI.com     $235,000     Pvt Sale
2. Toys.com.au     AUD 90,634 = $63,897     NetFleet.com.au
3. Rostrum.com     €40,000 = $43,600     Sedo
4. PayBoost.com     $25,000     Sedo
5. Byways.com     $20,000     Sedo
6. Conavi.com     $18,000     Sedo
7. NH2.com     $15,000     Sedo
8. 9541.com     £9,888 = $14,140     Sedo
9. Clothing.net     €10,000 = $10,900     Sedo
10. RPL.com.au     AUD 14,523 = $10,239     NetFleet.com.au
11.tie     AN.cc     $10,000     Sedo
11.tie     BeautyCrew.com     $10,000     Sedo
11.tie     CEC.net     $10,000     Sedo
14. JoyBet.com     $9,995     Sedo
15. Zedrive.com     $9,750     Sedo
16. Mediwell.com     $8,800     Sedo
17. Bedarf.de     €7,200 = $7,848     Sedo
18. TAFEOnlineCourses.com.au     AUD 11,049 = $7,790     NetFleet.com.au
19. 489.net     $7,150     SnapNames
20. GatewayCorp.com     $6,900     Sedo

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