Update on Top 10 Sales from a Year Ago: WorldWideWeb.com, FinMarket.com, OIR.com, More

Oct 15 2017

Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.

1. 0123.com sold for $252,500

2. GameWin.com sold for $35,000

The two domains above are parked and under privacy protection.

3. OCB.com sold for $27,500

The domain is owned by Andrew Rosener’s Internet Real Estate, and it redirects to the MediaOptions.com homepage.

4. OIR.com sold for $24,999

The domain is under privacy protection, and it redirects to a for-sale page at brokerage shop QEIP.com, with an asking price of $193,000.

5. CraftZone.net sold for $19,000

6. Voet.com sold for $18,150

Both the two domains above are parked.

7. WorldWideWeb.com sold for $18,000

The domain was picked up by Mike Mann’s DomainMarket.com, which is where the domain is forwarded. It has an asking price of $294,888, which would equate to about a 16x return if sold at that price. The domain has an Alexa rank near 19 million.

8. FinMarket.com sold for $16,500

This trading platform is the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 400,000. “FINMARKET.com is a brand of K-DNA Financial Services Ltd. and provides online Forex, Commodities, Indices and CFD trading services for worldwide investors. Offering deep liquidity and a unique, fully transparent trading model enables us to deliver precise price execution.”


9. Decadent.com sold for $13,500

A music download site is live, and it has an Alexa rank near 11 million.


10. OLXGroup.com sold for $10,000

The domain doesn’t resolve; it’s owned by OLX Group, which has its home at OLX.com. “OLX is part of the OLX Group, a network of trading platforms present in more than 40 countries under 17 brands.”

10. Osteoporosis.net sold for $10,000

This domain redirects to Health-Union.com. “At Health Union, we inspire people to live better with specific health conditions. Our unique approach combines new daily, original content with digital, social and mobile technologies to cultivate active, engaged online communities.” They have developed sites on domains such as Migraine.com, MultipleSclerosis.net, Asthma.net, and many more.


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