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Chinese domain market sales : China’s universities aren’t all equal

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Unmarried women over 27 in China, are "leftovers."

Chinese domain market sales.

China‘s population of almost 1.4 billion people has grown to become a large mind force.

From 3.4 million university students, to 26.2 million in 2015, the Chinese prepare their kids from kindergarten age, for the state-mandated exams, called “gaokao.”

And yet, the poor don’t get access to the same universities that wealthy parents send their kids to.

So much for “Communist Capitalism” and its “Dream China” motto, and there is a trend for fake universities to issue degrees in China.

Meanwhile, domain investors in China are fed up being reminded of last year’s clusterfuck at the stock market. More than $5 trillion dollars was lost, as stocks tumbled in value.

This year, newbies that treated domain investors as a safe vessel to transport money with, are struggling to match their investment’s worth by liquidating assets.

We keep track of short domain sales of between 2 to 4 characters in length, for three primary TLDs: .CN, .COM and .NET.

Here is today’s list of domain names, courtesy of BenMi.com, the Chinese domain sales tracker.

dj.cn
fwj.cn
q3.com
wpy.cn
162.net
cxpw.com
dytb.com
fkmw.com
fqkw.com
fypl.com
gqzl.com
hfhz.com
hqfs.com
hqkw.com
jkhw.com
lckw.com
lhxg.com
lksj.com
mlym.com
mzls.com
nxmk.com
nznd.com
pfkw.com
pkyw.com
qjwp.com
qtbx.com
qwsr.com
rlmz.com
rmql.com
rzmw.com
tybt.com
tzgn.com
tznh.com
wmqr.com
wnbj.com
wrmh.com
zbmg.com
ztsw.com
zytb.com

We are definitely seeing an increase in volume, but average sales of LLLL .com domains (Chips) remain in the $1200 – $1400 territory.

 


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One Response to “Chinese domain market sales : China’s universities aren’t all equal”
  1. Eric Lyon says:

    I’m surprised they have been lasting this long at that price range. However, I have been seeing some CHIPs in sales reports in the low to mid 3 digits. So maybe that means that they are starting to fall after all? 🙂

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