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    50 LLLL.in Domains For Sale

    Hello 50 LLLL.in Domains for sale QBHQ.IN QBSQ.IN QCKQ.IN QCNQ.IN QCPQ.IN QGFQ.IN QJHQ.IN QLXQ.IN TWQT.IN XKQX.IN XKRX.IN XTLX.IN XYRX.IN PQFM.IN PQGR.IN PRJQ.IN QGJB.IN QGLR.IN QGPR.IN QKDP.IN QLDN.IN QLWS.IN QMKL.IN QMNB.IN QNKB.IN QPBM.IN QPKL.IN QPLR.IN QPRL.IN RHPQ.IN RQPB.IN RWQM.IN...
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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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    Chinese domain market sales

    Chinese domain market sales have been following a downwards curve for many months now. Savvy domain investors, such as Tim Schoon, successfully sold their assets early on. Despite the constant hyping, “Chips” prices fell below $1400, more than $1000 below their peak in 2015. Will that peak...
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    Here’s why domainer Tim Schoon chooses eBay to auction off 150 LLLL.com

    After reaching an all-time high in late 2015, prices for short domains such as four letter .com domains have been taking a bit of a hit lately. There’s been a lot of chatter and speculation on the forums about where the market for these type of names is heading to in the months to come. Is it...
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    Got Chips? BQDN.com has a $600,000 dollar budget for your LLLL .com domains

    There’s a lot of controversy surrounding domain Chips and while fortunes have been made, fortunes have or will be lost riding the wave. Chinese domain investors are always hungry for more, however, so the market is still open to investments. Experienced domain brokers, such as James Booth of...
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    Chinese domain market : Got chips? Buying or selling?

    A hard lesson for our Chinese friends, that are now selling LLLL’s as fast as you can eat a hot noodle soup in Shanghai. But has the domain “Chips” marketplace bottomed out? While we can’t predict the future, we can and should be very cautious about future investments involving domain assets...
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    How A Decline in the Chinese Economy Will Impact Domains

    The biggest concern with a Chinese economic downturn is the impact that it will have on the rest of the world. As companies reduce spending and hunker down during the economic storm domain valuations will be the recipient of a perfect storm of less demand and massively greater supply courtesy of...
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    Wuyu ‘dumps’ 300+ Chips in one move!

    The news of dropping prices among the LLLL .com investors finally arrived in China. Until now, small domain portfolios were being offered for sale, discreetly and under the pretext of cashing in. Now, large domain portfolio holders are dumping dozens or even hundreds of domains in one move. 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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    Domain investor from China cashed his ‘chips’

    Through today’s Chinese domain market sales report, we extend our deepest sympathy to the victims of the terrorist attacks in Brussels. May the perpetrators be found, tried, and sentenced for their heinous crimes. A Chinese domain investor from China has just liquidated a portfolio of LLLL .com...
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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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