Chinese domain market report : Clickfarm scam got clicks going


A Chinese clickfarm utilized 400 iPhone devices, with 300 thousand SIM cards; its operators were located in Thailand.

Low cost of phone carrier services lured the Chinese schemers to Thailand, who were paid thousands of dollars to boost the popularity of Chinese apps and web sites.

The sophisticated clickfarm ran bots on hundreds of iPhones connected to computer monitors.

They could have made millions in the good old days of domain arbitrage!

Meanwhile, the Chinese domain market is holding well, at least in terms of sales volume.

Prices for “Chinese chips” are doing better than last week, and support has increased to around $1,200 dollars.

We keep track of domains between 1 to 4 characters, for the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs that change hands in China.

Today’s list of domains spans June 10th – June 16th, for a grand total of 2873 domains – the majority being .CN.

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