Highest Reported non .COM gTLD Sales in 2015

Wine.club and 95.net were the highest reported non .COM gTLD sales in 2015. Both domain names changed hands for $140,000.

Here are the highest reported non .COM gTLD sales in 2015:

1. tie     Wine.club     $140,000     .CLUB Registry     6/17/15
1. tie     95.net     $140,000     eNaming     6/12/15
3. 6.xyz     $125,000     FindYourDomain     11/25/15
4. Move.org      $120,000     DomainNameSales     2/11/15
5.tie     Net.work     $100,000     Minds+Machines     7/8/15
5.tie     Autism.rocks     $100,000     Sedo     6/24/15
7.tie     6.top     ¥600,000 = $93,600      Jiangsu Bangning     12/9/15
7.tie     M.top     ¥600,000 = $93,600      Jiangsu Bangning     12/9/15
9. 8.top      CNY 500,000 = $79,000     Jiangsu Bangning     10/21/15
10. Y.top     CNY 500,000 = $78,500     Jiangsu Bangning     9/9/15
11. Car.info     $76,000     Sedo     4/1/15
12. RZ.net     $58,100     NameJet     1/3/16
13. JR.net     $55,000     NameJet     11/4/15
14. PF.net     $51,720     NameJet     1/3/16
15. RS.net     $50,600     NameJet     1/3/16
16. tie     C.Club     $50,000     Eachnic     12/9/15
16. tie     Pro.flowers      $50,000     Uniregistry     6/17/15
18. RE.net     $49,000     NameJet     12/9/15
19. ML.net     $48,533     NameJet     1/3/16
20. Ohio.org     $45,000     Webquest     1/3/16

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