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Chinese domain market report : Chips are selling still

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Domain sales Made in China.

Domain sales Made in China.

The Chinese domain market is delivering a performance spike, just a few days after the World Domain Conference ended in China. The event was organized by Yumi.com.

This is great news for domain investors willing to part with their “Chinese premium” domains, also known as “Chips.”

We’re witnessing an increase in the volume of sales, although not necessarily an average price increase.

Domain chips still form the bulk of domains being traded among the Chinese, along with numeric domains.

Daily, we keep track of short domains, between 2 to 4 characters, that are traded in China. The focus is on .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Today’s list shows a Mr “Wang Wen Hua” as the buyer of many Chinese premium letter LLLL com domains. As many as 27 domains on the list below are now in his possession.

There are also a few numeric domains on that list, and a two letter .CN domain:

xe.cn
cqk.cn
530.net
650.net
732.net
765.net
773.net
830.net
cbqw.com
cgqb.com
dlhf.com
fmrz.com
fwqd.com
hlqg.com
hwnr.com
krlq.com
lnbm.com
lqwp.com
lxtp.com
mhlh.com
mqdr.com
nxkn.com
qhlr.com
qlkm.com
qwsr.com
rkxr.com
skhh.com
snqs.com
tkgq.com
tkql.com
tkqt.com
tnqx.com
tpfc.com
tqkn.com
tzgn.com
tznb.com
wjkt.com
wlly.com
wpqr.com
xfrf.com
ycpf.com
yqls.com
zlfp.com

Whether it’s a single buyer acquiring large domain portfolios of XQZJ domains, or many domain investors, the market is up in comparison to previous weeks.

Let’s hope the upwards trend will continue!

 


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