#Chinese #domain market report : The Year of the #Dog begins


The Chinese New Year celebrations are underway, and the Year of the Dog is upon us. Xin nian kuai le to our Chinese readers.

Chinese domain investors are traveling across the country to meet with families and loved ones. Millions of presents are going to be exchanged, many of which are in the form of cash, for good luck and prosperity.

That means one thing: more money spent in domain names! 😀

Typically, the Chinese new year domain registration volume dictates the shape of things to come, through the rest of the year.

Last week, we presented a partial coverage of 2018 so far, in the Chinese domain market.

We keep track of short domains, between 1 to 4 characters, that changed hands among the Chinese, in the .COM, .NET and .CN TLDs.

Today’s list spans January 1st to January 31st, 2018.

That’s 526 domains during the entire month of January, signifying an apparent slow-down in the trading of short domains.

During that same period, average prices for “Chinese premium letters” ranged between $800 dollars to just under $1,000 dollars.

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