Update on Top 10 Sales from a Year Ago: Conversable.com, Dolap.com, 9.xyz, More

Feb 19 2017

Listed below are updates on the top ten domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.

1. 9.xyz sold for $170,250

This is the first of four .xyz domains on this week’s list, all of which were part of the XYZ registry’s auction last year on the West.cn platform. No site resolves on any of the four domains, and each is owned by individuals in China.

2. GWH.com sold for $57,306

The domain is parked, and owned by an individual in Korea with a Korea.com email address.

3. YY.xyz sold for $37,500

See comments on 9.xyz above.

4. Lotto247.com sold for $30,000

They describe themselves as “Lotto247 believes that an online experience should be tailored to your lifestyle. That’s why we’re committed to providing you with a wide range of international lotteries that can be played from the comfort of your own home, while you’re on your way to work or any other time you’re on the go.” The site has an Alexa rank near 20 million, and it’s owned by a company that resides on the similarly developed LuckyLottos.com website.

Lotto247
5. 22.xyz sold for $25,800

See comments on 9.xyz above.

6. Bankster.com sold for $20,000

A lander with simply the letter “b” is live. Owned by an individual in London who owns related domains such as BanksterSocial.com, BanksterBank.com, and Bankster.social. The owner appears to be the CEO of a marketing/ad firm named Kerfuffle & Brown.

7. ZZ.xyz sold for $17,100

See comments on 9.xyz above, and this one is owned by the same individual.

8. Kanka.com sold for $15,001

An “under development” lander is live, and the domain is owned by an individual in Bulgaria.

9. Dolap.com sold for $14,300

Per Google Translate of the Turkish-language site, “The place where the clothes turn into money, the money turns into clothes! The site has an Alexa rank near 2.1 million.

Dolap
10. Conversable.com sold for $14,000

This is the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 1.4 million. The Austin-based startup describes itself as “an enterprise conversation platform for creating intelligent, on-demand, automated response flows through one-to-one conversations in any messaging channel.

Conversable

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