Two new reports shed light on domain sales trends and Sedo makes it easier to find names with traffic

In addition to breaking down the results of the company’s flagship .X Y Z
TLDs, the report covers highlights of other extensions the registry operates, including .lol,
.Security and .beauty, to name a few. Register logged in 146 premium registrations in June, led by Travel.xyz
with an MSRP of $13,000. Aftermarket sales were also detailed with the $28,000
sales of Use.xyz at the head of this channel, followed by Mozart.xyz at $10,000. In total, the registry has accumulated more than $98,300
in secondary market sales, with the average sale amounting to $1,117.

The most popular SLD key words
in June for .X Y Z entries were web, art, meta, app, bet, verse, shop, dao, nft and tech. These notes only scratch the surface of the full reportso check it out for all the details.

Back on the .com before, the last quarterly Liquid market
Report
from GGRG Brokerage covering Q2-2022 is outside. This report focuses on short acronym and numeric domains which, due to constant demand, tend to have more liquidity than most other domain categories. These are .com
domains composed of 2-4 letters, 2-5 numbers or a combination of 2-3 characters mixing letters and numbers
.

At first glance, see the total secondary market sales volume for liquid domains skyrocket 185%
of the previous quarter (jumping from $3.6 million at $10.3 million) was a shock – but then you remember the $3.8 million from the sale of IT.com firm

in June, which would represent a large part of the outbreak. Yet even if you remove IT.com from the mix, the total would be up 86%
of the previous quarter.

The third quarter for this category also seems to have gotten off to a good start – just yesterday

we reported the sales of DDL.com at
$359,000 and GRT.com at $300,000.