New gTLD portfolio Radix made $7.8 million from the sale of $100+ premium domains in 2022, over $5 million of which came from premium renewals.
The company this week released its second-half premiums roundup, showing $4 million in total premium retail revenue, $2.7 million of which came from renewals.
That follows first-half numbers of $3.8 million total and $2.5 million from renewals.
It made $1.3 million selling 1,458 first-year premiums, and $2.7 million renewing 2,483 names.
First year renewals were at 61%, second year at 79% and subsequent years, as we revealed in January, at a whopping 90%.
The best-performing TLDs were .tech, .store and .space.
The dollar values are at the retail level; Radix’s own share will be about 30% lighter.
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