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Chinese domain market sales : Hang in there, better days ahead

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Chinese domain market report.

Chinese domain market report.

China’s economy might not be in the best of shapes, but consider this: a year ago, more than $5 trillion dollars was lost in a huge stock market crash.

Since then, the ebb and flow of the world’s 2nd largest economy follows a strange pattern.

In the year of the Monkey, many investors switched from stocks to other investments, such as Bitcoin and – not surprisinglydomain names.

Last year’s successful run of LLLL .com domains that exclude vowels and the letter “V” led many to believe that there will be nothing but gains from there. Some predicted that domain chips would rise to $10,000 dollars by this year’s summer.

Alas, domain “Chips” lost about half of their maximum value, and recent sales place those liquid domains at around $1,200 to $1,400 on a good day.

Still, domain investors eager to flip large inventories continue to pursue sales.

We keep track of those domain transactions that occur in China, for .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs that are 2 to 4 characters in length.

Here is today’s report, courtesy of BenMi.com.

272.net
757.net
4999.com
dzqs.com
fqsw.com
gwdx.com
hjhg.com
jfqw.com
lhjh.com
lkjq.com
llhq.com
mqkw.com
mqww.com
nkjp.com
nkql.com
nkxp.com
pcxm.com
pxyq.com
qcqw.com
qlnx.com
qtbf.com
rfrj.com
rhqr.com
rtgz.com
rtrj.com
rxgh.com
txqk.com
wmxn.com
wpqr.com
wzgk.com
xqcc.com
yllj.com
zxfr.com
zycn.com

 


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