Radix is a large new gTLD registry, and the company operates new domain name extensions such as .Website, .Site, .Online, .Store, and several other extensions.
This morning, I was alerted to the fact that Radix is sharing its premium domain name sales report “for the first time ever.” The Q3 2016 sale report, which came to me by way of a neat infographic, tallies the number of premium domain names registered, number of premium domain names renewed at a premium price, the top sales, the average sale price, and more information that you can see below.
I was told that Radix’s premium domain names are available through two channels: domain registrars and aftermarket venues such as Sedo, Afternic, auction platforms, domain broker listings, and direct sales to customers inquiring about domain names in extensions operated and managed by Radix.
For your convenience, I published the inforgraphic below. You can click on it to see the larger version. Keep in mind that this appears to only be for Q3 2016. Hopefully Radix shares subsequent reports or an end of year report as it would be difficult to track trends or get a comprehensive look at the business with only one quarter of information.