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6N.com : Did Rick Schwartz sell this domain gem too early?

Retired domain investor and popular blogger, Rick Schwartz is a long term holder of assets.

It took the better part of two decades for the Domain King to sell many of his best domains, and without doubt, that was a smart move.

A recent package of domains sold for $1.3 million dollars; the group included 6N.com, 399.com and 6565.com.

The Chinese domain market is explosive at reseller and corporate levels, particularly for short, 2-3 character domains.

Did Rick Schwartz sell 6N.com too early?

The domain is back on the market, with a cheesy lander that states, “Good domain, good chance!

Presumably, it meant to say “good luck” – as in, good luck getting this premium, short domain for a slice of Chinese beef; it’s not gonna happen. 😀

Two character .com domains can reach low to mid six figures, and this one might max out the price range, if it’s resold while the Chinese domain market is still jumping.

6N.com "For sale" landing page.

6N.com “For sale” landing page.


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3 Responses to “6N.com : Did Rick Schwartz sell this domain gem too early?”
  1. Hire.Domains says:

    My butler says….. “Yes he probably needs the money”

  2. RaTHeaD says:

    yes… yes he did. anybody who has ever sold a domain up until now has sold too early. i have been in domaining for almost 50 years. i use to go down to network solutions in the 70’s and try to register domains. they acted like i was crazy and told me there was no internet. well… who’s crazy now.

  3. DomainGang says:

    RaTHeaD – NetSol in the 70’s was far out. Check out what was happening at the time: http://domaingang.com/domain-news/retro-domaining-part-2-take-me-out-to-the-ball-game/

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