Highest Reported ccTLD Sales in 2015

TV.SE was the highest reported ccTLD sales in 2015.The domain name changed hands for $265,149 .

Here are the highest reported ccTLD sales in 2015:

1. TV.se     SEK 2,180,500 = $265,149     Tradera     1/22/15
2. USA.TV     $125,000     Donnied79     1/3/16
3. 8.co     $115,000     Heritage Auctions     3/4/15
4. Daikuan.cn     €75,000 = $84,750     Sedo     5/6/15
5. Spanien.se    $60,000     Tradera     1/28/15
6. Videos.de     €50,000 = $53,000     Sedo     3/18/15
7. SE.se     $52,000     Tradera     1/28/15
8. Cloud.io     $45,000     Flippa     7/1/15
9. Ciade.it)     €39,040 = $42,944     Nidoma     7/8/15
10. Shoop.de     €40,000 = $42,400     Sedo     12/2/15
11. X.de     $40,000     Sedo     11/11/15
12. WebShops.nl     $39,279     Undeveloped.nl     1/28/15
13. Lights.co.uk     £25,000 = $37,750     Sedo     4/24/15
14. Putzfrau.de     €32,000 = $36,480     Sedo     1/22/15
15. Veilingen.nl     €31,000 = $34,720     Sedo     5/13/15
16.  Treu.de     €30.000 = $33,900     Sedo     10/21/15
17.tie     Showroom.de     $30,000     Pvt Sale     12/16/15
17.tie     AHS.ca     $30,000     UnicDomains     7/22/15
19. VisitDubai.ae     £20,000 = $29,800     Sedo     3/25/15
20. RealEstate.com.ph     $27,500     Pvt Sale     8/19/15

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