Sedo reports on its domain aftermarket sales so far this year.
Sedo released its market report for the first half of 2014 today.
The company sold about $17 million worth of domain names in the second quarter, down slightly from $19 million in Q1. In the second quarter is sold 7,453 domains, down from 8,763 in the first quarter.
One interesting item of note: Sedo sold a second level domain in a new TLD for $100,000.
The name is confidential, but that bests the luxury.estate sale of $50,000.
Buy Now sales are quickly becoming the bulk of sales. They accounted for 49% over the first half of the year. Negotiated sales accounted for 31% of the total.
The median price of sales on Sedo’s platform was $616.
You can view the market study infographic here.