Chinese domain market report : Join the “Toilet Revolution” in China

China can be a shocking experience to many Westerners.

When domain investor, George Verdugo, visited China for business, he was shocked to find his hotel toilet to be just an ample hole on the floor.

While this type of oriental approach to bodily functions has its advantages, it’s not exactly the method of choice for most Westerners.

But things are changing: China is ongoing a “toilet revolution” – Chinaโ€™s National Tourist Administration has installed more than 36,000 modern toilets, in a three year project to strengthen tourism.

Very soon, squatting won’t be an option. ๐Ÿ˜€

Onto the Chinese domain market, which is displaying a healthy volume of sales this year, particularly among China’s domain investors that are aware of the challenges it presents with “black rice” domains.

While average prices have dropped, with LLLL .com domains of the “Chips” kind hovering just above the $1,000 dollar mark, this is the time of the year that China’s economy will show the direction it’ll take during the second half of 2017.

We keep track of short domains, between 1 and 4 characters in length, that change hands among China’s domain investors, for the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Today’s list spans May 27th – June 4th, and contains 678 domain names:

As one can tell, volume of sales is extraordinarily healthy.

Two other notable sales that exceed the character range we are actively monitoring involve the domains and

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