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FlyMe.com Sold for $14,283; JourneysEva.com for $9,500...

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The top domain name sale of the day was FlyMe.com selling for $14,283.00 at DropCatch. NameBio tracked 293 domain sales $100+ for a reported total of $142,053.00 with an average price of $484.82 per sale. Compared to the day before, there was a decrease of 0.3% in the number of sales but the total dollar volume increased by 2%. NameBio also recorded an additional 1,312 sales below $100 for a total of $27,647.

Top Sales for June 29th, 2019

DomainPriceVenue
flyme.com$14,283DropCatch
journeyseva.com$9,500Flippa
schooling.com$7,416GoDaddy
upnet.com$3,862GoDaddy
nextail.com$3,050DropCatch
veganhealth.com$2,605GoDaddy
veganlifestyle.com$2,500GoDaddy
bnb.co$2,274Sedo
valleygroup.com$2,265NameJet
invitation.net$2,027GoDaddy
cbdisolates.com$1,825GoDaddy
lederwerkzeug.de$1,819Sedo
neonpoker.com$1,800TLDPros.com
minicomputer.com$1,600NameJet
18626.com$1,500NameJet
68717.com$1,500NameJet
stressaway.com$1,341GoDaddy
opensourcetemplates.org$1,286GoDaddy
pinkpages.com$1,259GoDaddy
tisan.com$1,225GoDaddy
pupdog.com$1,206DropCatch
photographymarketplace.com$1,200BuyDomains
57220.com$1,100NameJet
82201.com$1,100NameJet
666568.com$1,027GoDaddy
perfscience.com$1,025GoDaddy
copperpot.com$1,002GoDaddy


Market Stats for June 29th, 2019

TLD TypeNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
gTLDs290$137,856$475$207
New gTLDs0$0$0$0
ccTLDs3$4,197$1,399$1,819

TLDNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
COM273$129,900$476$207
ORG13$4,206$324$150
NET3$2,967$989$490
DE1$1,819$1,819$1,819
CO1$2,274$2,274$2,274
TO1$104$104$104
PRO1$783$783$783

VenueNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
GoDaddy198$70,051$354$194
NameJet53$29,311$553$450
DropCatch34$25,091$738$196
Sedo2$4,093$2,047$2,047
Park.io2$887$444$444
Flippa1$9,500$9,500$9,500
TLDPros.com1$1,800$1,800$1,800
BuyDomains1$1,200$1,200$1,200
Dynadot1$120$120$120

CategoryNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
Dictionary (English)4$11,826$2,957$1,814
Dictionary (Spanish)0$0$0$0
Keyword (x2)162$87,357$539$211
Keyword (x3)55$11,695$213$172
Keyword (x4)10$2,811$281$155
Geo Domains1$415$415$415
Geo + Keyword13$2,315$178$151
Surnames2$8,199$4,100$4,100
Given Names0$0$0$0
Domain Hacks0$0$0$0
Crypto Domains1$192$192$192
Cannabis Domains10$5,721$572$403


For a complete list of the day's sales visit:
https://namebio.com/blog/daily-market-report-for-june-29th-2019
 
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Could be Journey Seva, seva being Sanskrit word meaning "selfless service".
 
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Could be Journey Seva, seva being Sanskrit word meaning "selfless service".
Yes, but still English + hindi combination without much commercial intent should not sell for more than $100 in any auction in my opinion.

Fake sale. Buyer must have hit BIN and never paid.
 
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Avijit Roy

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Yes, but still English + hindi combination without much commercial intent should not sell for more than $100 in any auction in my opinion.

Fake sale. Buyer must have hit BIN and never paid.

It seems legit sale, the website is up and running.
 
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It seems legit sale, the website is up and running.
Oh, is it.
I still not have 100% trust on flippa sales. There must be a different side of the story.
 
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@Avijit Roy For example I am seeing this.
https://flippa.com/10226277-journeyseva-com

Above listing ended without sale (offer price $10,000) on approx 16th of july 2019 which is several days later to the said sale date.

and no other sale thread found for this domain on flippa (via google search).

Important to know that classified listings generally do not expire.

So, I am deducing that this is the same listing thread which got sold for $9500, but sale cancelled, the buyer got the domain at an alternate agreement (price not disclosed) and then seller closed the classified thread on flippa.
 
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On a different view, The website looks well developed and there are already 50+ blog posts within a months time, so the new owner is passionate about the project. Hence sale can be legit.
 
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