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Radix Releases Its Bi-Annual Premium Domain Report Covering First Half of 2019

Radix has published its Premium Domains Performance report data for the first half of 2019. Gaming.tech domain name was recorded as the highest one time sale in this period at $20,000 via SEDO.

Some of the key highlights from this report are:

  • $1.36M in revenue; at par with H2 2018
  • .online, .tech and .site were the highest-grossing TLDs with respect to premium sales
  • 80+ names sold with a price tag of $2,500 or more
  • 78% of premium domains registered in of before 2018 were renewed

Radix

About Radix – Radix is one of the world's largest nTLD portfolio registries with 9 new extensions that include .ONLINE, .STORE, .TECH, .WEBSITE, .SPACE, .PRESS, .SITE, .HOST, and .FUN; as well as 1 re-purposed ccTLD, .PW. Through these extensions, Radix is empowering business owners to get short, memorable and descriptive domain names which can be used for a website, email address, or a variety of other internet addressing purposes. To learn more, please visit: http://www.radix.website or connect on @radixregistryVisit Page

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