Most of the domain name sales are not reported or never reported. And, what is reported is just the tip of the iceberg. And, it’s true. If you’re like me trying to know what sold then you maybe reading daily sales report at namebio, namepros and brandable slack channels and through twitter and emails. And, some major sales are uncovered through SEC filing and one name that is often attributed in such cases is that of George Kirikos.
You can find most of the venues that report sales through namebio daily sales reporting or its sales data. And, here is my analysis.
|SelectAuction||No Records in 2018|
|Snapnames||No Records in 2018|
|Moniker||No Records in 2018|
|MediaOptions||No Records in 2018|
Above are the venues which were in the namebio database. There are some other domain companies that never share the sales stats such as HugeDomains, Enaming, DomainProducts.com, NoktaDomains, DomCollect.com, NamePerfection.com, DNReserve.com, and many other small portfolio domain investors and sellers. Who keep their sales data private.
From above it’s clear that the sales which we see every day is not complete. And, on top of that. Most of the sales are from auction houses to domain investors.