Highest Reported Domain Name Sales On January 30,2016

Websiteback.com was the highest reported domain name sale on January 30,2016. The domain name changed hands for $10,099.

According to namebio.com, there were 210 domain name sale on January 30,2016.

Here are the highest reported domain name sales on January 30,2016:

websitebackup.com     $10,099     GoDaddy
mypa.com     $5,200     DropCatch
jww.net     $4,900     GoDaddy
hanglian.com     $4,710     NameJet
yaoben.com     $3,983     GoDaddy
techlabs.com     $3,633     NameJet
jxt.net     $3,609     NameJet
monstermotors.com     $3,430     BuyDomains
qxf.net     $3,200     NameJet
kgz.net     $3,198     NameJet
bqr.net     $3,150     NameJet
drone.cc     $2,958     DropCatch
ariahotel.com     $2,377     DropCatch
retailleaders.com     $2,288     BuyDomains
report.org     $2,250     Flippa
motorcorp.com     $1,800     BuyDomains
866886.com     $1,710     NameJet
getsimple.com     $1,600     DropCatch
cashkings.com     $1,600     NameJet
imatec.com     $1,461     Pheenix
heroinhelp.com     $1,375     GoDaddy
tracythomason.com     $1,350     BuyDomains
goons.com     $1,210     NameJet
wdca.net     $1,100     BuyDomains
eldersource.com     $1,050     GoDaddy
gomoto.com     $1,000     GoDaddy
hostservers.com     $1,000     NameJet

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