Sales were from the company’s portfolio of domain names.
CentralNic plc, (AIM:CNIC) announced today that it has sold $2.5 million worth of premium domain names. These domain names are part of the group’s 20,000 domain name holdings that are not related to new top level domain names.
The company did not disclose which domain names it sold.
CentralNic also cited delays in new top level domain names coming to market for lower-than-expected sales in new TLDs. In its most recent interim report, the company cited delays in the rollout of new TLDs as well as lower-than-expected interest for the performance. In this release, it just mentions the delays in the rollout for the results.
The release touts CentralNic’s #2 position in terms of backend registry providers for new TLDs based on registrations of domains it manages. That’s primarily driven by .XYZ’s 730,000+ registrations.
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