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    Believe it or not, there was an opportunity to make up to 100% profit after the mega crash in 2016!

    As you probably know, the Chinese market pumped by the end of 2015, reached it’s peak in March 2016. Took a nose dive in June of 2016. If somebody has invested at the bottom period in June 2016, he/she might have made up to 100% gains in November 2016, in 5 months. Not sure if anyone used this...
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    Domain names and branding the Chinese way

    Lately I’ve been thinking about the idea of branding the Chinese way. As I understand it, branding is about associating products or services with a name. Global brands such as Nike spend million dollars every year in advertising and promotion so that when I think running shoes I think Nike or...
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    A personal experience related to Chinese domain names

    I just experienced an issue that can be said about Chinese consumers when they try to remember domain names. Recently our car finally rested in peace and a friend was generous enough to lend a car to us for a while. After the car was delivered to us today, it presents a new challenge for us: a...
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    XR.com was Sold for Big Seven Figure CNY Fee

    XR.com was sold by domainer Huoxing for big seven figure CNY fee. The buyer is not disclosed. The seller Huoxing is a famous domainer in China. He has traded many premuin domains, such as 73.com, 63.com, 938.com, kq.com, kq.cn and pk.cn. He sold 2222.com for mid seven figure CNY fee. He said he...
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    Chinese domain market report : Elequa’s big Chip sale

    As China is approaching the one year anniversary of a dreadful stock market crash, business is as usual at the world’s 2nd largest economy. With $5 trillion dollars in losses during the crash, many Chinese turned to alternate investments, such as bitcoin and even domain names. Seeing how the...
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    60% of Chips holders wait for a better day

    According to a recent poll, 60% of “Chips” owners await a better day to sell their domains, and are holding onto them. Another 21% of those who voted are rushing to sell their investments before they lose more of their current value. Lastly, 19% of the vote does not have any “Chips” to worry...
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    Chinese domain name registrar knocks GoDaddy off .Com Perch

    Chinese registrants helped .com surge toward the end of 2015 as they registered millions of short domain names. Here are the top 5 registrars from October, the most recent official numbers available: 1. eName 1,060,158 2. GoDaddy* 859,815 3. HiChina 658,594 4. HangZhou AiMing Network Co...
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    Chinese domain analysis for 8/1/16 - 6N.net see volume and prices to the upside

    Volume and prices were up in the 5N and 6N.net niches. 5N.com saw higher volume as well with prices to the upside. 4L.com Chips 7 names sold via direct sales and 1 auction closed. The total direct sales volume was 101,933 RMB ($15,463). The top direct sale was QNJY.com at 14,888 RMB ($2,258)...


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