It shouldn’t have been on any lists to begin with.
According to a lot of lists of top domain sales, PrivateJet.com sold for $30 million in 2012.
They’re basing it on this press release.
Smart people didn’t log this domain sale that was for cash and equity. You can put any value you want on equity.
But the sale might not have happened at all, equity or not.
Take a look at a new lawsuit filed by Don’t Look Media. (Lawsuit file) The company that allegedly sold the domain for $30 million back in 2012 says it still owns the domain, and it’s suing another party for allegedly not holding up its end of the bargain in a development/monetization deal.
The dollar numbers involved in the form of guarantees are small potatoes for a $30 million domain name.
The bottom line: the same company that owned the domain before the 2012 “sale” still owns it. So you can cross this domain off your list if you haven’t already.