Chinese domain market sales : Numerics up while “Chips” are down

Chinese domain market report.

Chinese domain market report.

We’ve been tracking the Chinese domain market and its sales for several months now; short domains of between 2 to 4 characters in the .CN and .COM TLDs.

Price-wise, the rosy days of 2015 are way past us, and “Chips” sell for considerably lower these days. Some domain investors are still holding onto them, however.

Despite a slump during the first quarter of 2016, we’re witnessing some impressive volume in April.

Many domain investors in China and the West are most likely liquidating their investments, and appear in the domain sales results almost daily.

Ken O’Brien sold 4 more “Chips” after several dozen LLLL .com’s left his domain portfolio:

Meanwhile, sales of numeric domains, NNN .com or NNNN .com are making their entry to our daily list, along with two letter .CN domains.

Here’s today’s hand-curated list of short domains sold in China:

As the volume of sales increases, average prices are expected to drop. Depending on one’s entry position, they might consider cashing in their domains sooner or later.

After all, it’s a game of chips.

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2 Responses to “Chinese domain market sales : Numerics up while “Chips” are down”
  1. Kris says:

    Funny, I remember Ken O’Brien laughing at $2-2.5K prices and calling them cheap, I guess we all need to sell sometime.

  2. Todd says:

    I think Giuseppe recommended and represented Mr. O’Brien when he purchased hundreds of last year. I wonder if Giuseppe is recommending that Mr. O’Brien sell his portfolio now and if he is brokering any of the sales.

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