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Chinese domain market report : LL .com sold, plus the usual crap from China

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LL .com domains are popular in China.

LL .com domains are popular in China.

China‘s manufacturing capabilities are insane; the world’s 2nd largest economy creates almost everything that American consumers buy for Christmas. They also make every god damn firework Americans use for July 4th.

With the anticipated launch of the Apple iPhone 7 on September 7th, one thing is certain: China’s economy will continue to grow exponentially.

Domain investors in China already spend big bucks to export funds out of the Chinese government’s tight regulations.

That’s right: Domain investing is essentially a vessel to keep money in a mobile state; some Chinese domain investors have claimed that there is a “guaranteed” 20% ROI annually without any experience whatsoever.

Whoah!

Maybe that’s why Chinese domain services company, Yumi.com, spammed the living daylights out of domain investors.

We’ve been keeping track of the Chinese domain market for more than a year, bringing you the latest developments.

Domain trading of short domains, between 2 to 4 characters, in the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs is what we do, and sure enough, XR.com has changed hands in China.

Are you listening, George Kirikos? 😀

Its previous owners wanted $749,000 dollars, according to Domaintools.

The rest of today’s domain list is rather mediocre, check it out:

xr.com
bfn.cn
xzy.com
bhdx.com
fqxg.com
hjzs.com
hkzp.com
lpwh.com
mqml.com
pbfb.com
rzgf.com
sqbs.com
thzh.com
tqxc.com
twwq.com
wdfk.com
wqdm.com
ywll.com
zykm.com


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One Response to “Chinese domain market report : LL .com sold, plus the usual crap from China”
  1. MrVg says:

    Hey usual crap is my butlers name !

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