dnpric.es – Domain name sales database with 300,000+ historic sales from the past 14+ years

“This is the biggest domain name sales database ever built.” It lists 300,000+ historic sales in the past 14+ years. Check the database at http://dnpric.es/.

According to the stats page: http://dnpric.es/stats/
The database has 315,461 sale records of 301,603 domain names totaling $1,135,277,224.00.

The site has an amazing stats section where you can fish for tonnes of interesting information:
http://dnpric.es/stats/stats-by-tld/?tld
.ME is #9, topping even .tv and .co .COM is still the king with more than half of the sales (this correlates with the number of domain names).

http://dnpric.es/stats/stats-by-broker/
Basically you can narrow down the whole industry to five big players, than another few dozens of boutiques.

http://dnpric.es/stats/stats-by-year/
You can see that overall average prices are falling. Especially those for .com:

http://dnpric.es/stats/stats-by-year/?hidemonthly&tld=com
But then this year it started to improve.

http://dnpric.es/stats/stats-by-length/
Interestingly, average prices for LLLLL names are higher than those for LLLL and LLL names. Average historic price for five letter domain names (LLLLL.***) is $6,060.81. That for LLLL is $3,641.76. And that for LLL is $5,653.34. Looks like names that are too short but not ultra short (two characters) have somewhat less value than those of five characters. A paradox that intuitively I am still struggling to explain.

http://dnpric.es/stats/stats-by-length/?sl=53
This is the longest known domain name sold (xn--private-krankenversicherung-fr-selbstndige-6sd16h.de a.k.a. private-krankenversicherung-für-selbständige.de).

And much…much more.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and now live in Athens, Greece. I love domains and building websites. I am online since 1995, learned about HTML in 1996 and about domains in 2002. I started publishing the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

3 comments

  1. This is really cool. Simple straight forward stats.. Nice find. thanks

  2. Good to have another source of historical sales data.

    When I searched a few of my public sales / purchases they didn’t show up though. Of course I appreciate that none of these tools will capture everything.

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