Chinese domain market report : Cao ni ma, 2016 !


Domain sales Made in China.

China entered 2017 among the first nations in the world, and its domain investing community is sending a collective “Cao Ni Ma” to 2016.

The year that sent prices of “Chinese premiums” tumbling like dog-pooped noodles, is over.

Welcome to a new year worldwide, although China’s officially changing on January 28th to the Year of the Rooster, also known as “cock.”

Will 2017 be a better year for Chinese domainers, than the disaster 2016 has been?

The LLL and LLLL .com markets flopped for “Chinese premium” letters; prices failed to reach projected astronomical highs, and millions of junk domains were registered in lesser TLDs such as .Win, .Top and .Wang.

To Westerners, 2016 has been a great year, as long as they sold off those depreciating assets early on; hopefully, following our extensive reports on the Chinese domain market gained you insight on their trading curve, instead of falling for Chinese propaganda reports.

Here is the final domain list of short domains, between 2 to 4 characters, that changed hands in China; we monitor .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Gong Hey Fat Choy to our Chinese readers! 😀

Copyright © 2019 · All Rights Reserved.


One Response to “Chinese domain market report : Cao ni ma, 2016 !”
  1. Eric Lyon says:

    Personally, I think 2017 will be the year the CHIPs take a deeper plunge and the trend starts heading towards the end.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

 characters available