Chinese domain market report : Elequa’s big Chip sale

Chinese domain market report.

Chinese domain market report.

As China is approaching the one year anniversary of a dreadful stock market crash, business is as usual at the world’s 2nd largest economy.

With $5 trillion dollars in losses during the crash, many Chinese turned to alternate investments, such as bitcoin and even domain names.

Seeing how the domain market rises and falls along the curve of the overall Chinese economy, one has to wonder where are we heading next.

We keep track of Chinese domain market sales, for short domains (2-4 characters) in the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Domain investor, Elequa, had a successful first round of domain sales involving Chips; yesterday, we reported on a small chunk of a new round of sales.

Elequa’s chip sale continued today, with the following 41 domains:

Some nice letter combos right there. The average selling price for Chinese “Chips” has been hovering around the $1,400 – $1,600 dollar mark currently.

Today’s list continues with the following domains:

Hopefully the trend will continue, as we are heading into Q3 of 2016.


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