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Nov '23

Escrow.com reports mixed bag for Q3 domain sales – Domain Name Wire

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Total transaction value was down compared to Q2 but domains sold without content were up.
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Escrow.com released its Q3 market report (pdf) today, and it was a bit of a mixed bag.
The company reported that total domain volume slipped from USD $89 million in Q2 to $85 million in Q3.
On the upside, transactions of domains without content increased from $40.6 million to $49.7 million quarter to quarter. The median price of domains without content increased from $4,500 to $4,614.
Sales of .ai domains decreased from $1.7 million in Q2 to $1.3 million in Q3.
Escrow.com’s parent company Freelancer.com (ASX:FLN)(OTCQX:FLNCF) recently reported Q3 results. It reported that Escrow.com’s total payment volume for Q3, including non-domains, was $122.9 million, down 9.2% compared to the same quarter a year ago. The company noted that fewer very large domain name transactions hurt results, and that a rebound in venture capital funding would help drive more large sales.
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