Chinese domain market report : It is what it is

Chinese domain sales report.

Chinese domain sales report.

During 2015, domain investors looking to capitalize on the increased popularity of domain “Chips” stocked up on those QZJX letters by the dozen.

Those who had somehow acquired these “junk” letters at registration fee, saw their investment appreciate overnight.

By the end of last year, prices had soared to above $2,500 dollars for “Chip” .com domains.

Some speculated that the value of “Chips” would soon soar into the five digits, and also that other, exotic ccTLDs would follow suit.

Alas, none of this happened.

Prices turned flat at the beginning of the year, and during this year the average .com “Chip” fell further and further, currently trading at $1,400 dollars or even less.

What has increased, however, is interest in .CN “Chips” and the overall volume in sales.

It is what it is.

We have been keeping track of short domains, between 2 and 4 characters in length, that change hands in the .COM, .CN and .NET TLDs.

Today’s list has been delayed thanks to the extended Olympics coverage; track and field provides lots of entertainment, and if you are in the US we strongly recommend the use of a VPN, that’d allow you to tap into BBC and CBC online streams of the Olympics, bypassing the atrocious NBC coverage.

Here is today’s domain list:

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