FMA sells another chunk of “Chinese” premium domains

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Elequa – Photo courtesy Cate Colgan.

Future Media Architects (FMA) has been following the Chinese domain market closely.

The company that once held thousands of domains, vowing “never to sell,” has been liquidating its most valuable liquid domains.

During the past year and a half, FMA founder, Elequa, has been sending his “Chips” to China, as long as the price is right.

Currently, domain “Chips” are on the rise, although prices aren’t close to their peak achieved in late 2015.

Still, cash on hand is good to have, as passive holding of a large domain portfolio doesn’t pay the bills.

Here’s a list of domains recently sold by FMA to the Chinese:

bhpf.com
bhpm.com
bktk.com
bpgh.com
bpyf.com
btft.com
btzt.com
bwbh.com
bxcx.com
bxfg.com
bxmz.com
byyh.com
byzy.com
chwy.com
chyj.com
chzc.com
cynz.com
cywy.com
cyzn.com
dfzn.com
dgmn.com
dmqc.com
dnwy.com
dqxy.com
dygl.com
dylp.com


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2 Responses to “FMA sells another chunk of “Chinese” premium domains”
  1. Steve says:

    Looks like some renewal $$.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Steve – Missing some $$$$ there, Elequa doesn’t sell cheap.

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