Highest Reported Domain Name Sales On January 29,2016

G.GS was the highest reported domain name sale on January 29,2016. The domain name changed hands for $10,099.

According to namebio.com, there were 222 domain name sales recorded on January 29,2016.

Here are the highest reported domain name sales:

g.gs     $10,099     Sedo
graphiccards.com     $5,100     Flippa
selectall.com     $4,488     BuyDomains
defineyourlifestyle.com     $3,516     BuyDomains
llr.net     $3,400     NameJet
xmbw.com     $3,200     NameJet
npost.com     $3,200     NameJet
flk.net     $3,200     NameJet
jfy.net     $3,200     NameJet
tnd.net     $3,200     NameJet
sxp.net     $3,200     NameJet
nsq.net     $3,100     NameJet
rqd.net     $3,100     NameJet
investcity.com     $2,988     BuyDomains
aurix.com     $2,806     DropCatch
prisoners.com     $2,622     NameJet
diamondbox.com     $2,600     NameJet
savedental.com     $2,544     BuyDomains
alxnet.com     $2,351     NameJet
sygq.com     $2,180     GoDaddy
yknb.com     $2,100     DropCatch
cckq.com     $1,950     Sedo
mending.com     $1,908     NameJet
ehaodai.com     $1,904     DropCatch
valleyproperty.com     $1,865     NameJet
qxmq.com     $1,850     Sedo
railcarmovers.com     $1,716     BuyDomains
videoprofessor.com     $1,625     GoDaddy
bkz.cc     $1,600     Pheenix
doorport.com     $1,500     BuyDomains
webcause.com     $1,500     Sedo

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