Com vs Non Com a look at reported sales
There is no doubt that .com is the undisputed champ when it comes to reported domain name sales. New gtlds are getting older, legacy extensions like net and org. Let’s just call them all Non Coms. Certainly for some exercises there is the need or desire to breakdown further by extension or country, but for this experiment, it’s 1 against the rest.
In this post we are looking at .Com vs all the Non Coms as one entity, net, org, info, cctlds, new gtlds combined.
Namebio shows 714,977 reported .com sales $100 and over. The Non Coms have a total of 183,361.
There have been $1.6b in reported .com sales vs $384.6m in the non coms.
If it was a trivia contest with no one allowed to pull out their phones, how many would get this question right?
Which extension has the highest reported Non Com sale? It would be a .XXX, the $3m sale of Sex.xxx in 2014.
Of the top 100 reported sales of all time at Namebio only 3 are Non Com. If we look at the last three years only, the highest reported Non Com comes in at number 30. Online.Casino at $510,000
All sales data courtesy of Namebio
Note: There are many sales that are unreported each month. We cannot comment on the unknown, so we deal with what’s reported to, and by, reliable sources.