Chinese domain market report : Stability or plateau?

The Chinese domain market witnessed a rebound from last year’s doldrums, during the first quarter of 2017.

Ending 2016 on a whimper, instead of a bang as it did in 2015, the falling prices of Chinese “premium letters” of the “Chip” variety raised fears of a crashing market.

Chinese domain investors playing the dangerous flipping market, seem to have moved onto the LLLL .CN variety, as recent changes in ownership show.

But even this mass portfolio change didn’t last long, and we’re finally switching back to our regular coverage of short domains, between 2 to 4 characters in the .COM, .NET and .CN TLDs that changed hands in China.

As one can see, the “Chip” volume of .CN domains is nothing close to that of previous days.

Today’s list spans February 20th to February 25th:

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One Response to “Chinese domain market report : Stability or plateau?”
  1. Chinese commerce, with its adoption of domain names, is where the US was some 10 years ago.
    Add to it their obsession with “collecting” names rather than building on them, and you have a weird market that nobody can predict.
    Even the speculators…
    And we haven’t even touch the government regulations’ agenda…

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