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  1. Aubits

    Using .COM.CN vs .CN Prices to Project .CO.IN and .IN Price Relationship

    The ongoing debate of .co.in vs .in started ever since both were available for registration on Feb 16, 2005. My view has been its not one or the other but the relative valuation of the two extensions. As someone who is invested in both, I do have a vested interest in projecting the valuations of...
  2. domainking131

    Seven 3L.com Domains Total Auction Price Was Over ¥2m CNY

    Ybj.com was sold for a six-figure CNY price, the seller also ownes KF.com. Ymk.com was auctioned for ¥285,000 CNY (approximately $41,304 USD). Jzl.com was sold for ¥267,000 CNY (approximately $38,695 USD) in an auction at Wanming.com. Drq.com was sold for ¥265,000 CNY (approximately $38,405...
  3. domainking131

    19.cn Was Sold For A Six-Figure USD Price

    19.cn was sold for a six-figure USD price just now, buyer was Chinese domainer Maizi who owns a lot of 2L.cn domains. zlx.com was sold for ¥240,000 CNY (approximately $35,600 USD) in an auction. PH.cc was sold for a six-figure CNY price, the buyer also owns ev.cc, av.cc and vc.cc. 52y.com was...
  4. domainking131

    Warning and advice from a Chinese domain investor

    Warning: (1) Bulk trading has no truth because of the burden of renewal, so the boom of 2015 will not come again. (2) Weixin is eating websites (domain names). Weixin public accounts have quickly grown to 15 millions — much more than the 4.2m Chinese websites developed since 1984. Companies...
  5. domainking131

    What happened to 1N .cn domain names?

    1N .cn domain names are very valuable because there are only ten available. Because these domain names cost 7 or 8 figures CNY to purchase, buyers tend to be end user companies. Being curious about what the buyers have done to the domain names, I checked the domain names from 0.cn to 9.cn, and...
  6. domainking131

    Seller of CB.CN Pays 1million Yuan to buy it back

    Some recent sales reported on by Ename.cn show that CB.cn was bought back by the person who sold the domain last year. The domain was reportedly sold for mid six figure Yuan and now has been purchased for one million Yuan. Some other sales include Huan.cn, QDW.com and XWL.net. More story to...
  7. domainking131

    West.cn to prop up .xyz renewals with $1.5 million subsidy

    Leading Chinese registrar West.cn has said it will subsidize .xyz renewals to the tune of $1.5 million. According to a West.cn press release, CEO He Xiaojiang made the announcement alongside XYZ.com counterpart Daniel Negari at meeting in Beijing on Friday. The registrar’s .xyz customers “are...
  8. domainking131

    27.CN sells for seven figures CNY

    27.com hit a high bid of $1,510,702 and failed to sell this week on NameJet. 27.CN has managed to sell for seven figures CNY. The news was reported on Admin5.com. The sale took place on A5.net. The domain was registered in 2003. Source


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