According to Ename.cn, a gaming domain name of Youxi.cn (means “game” “games”) in Chinese was sold for ￥610,000 CNY (approximately $91,280 USD) in an auction yesterday. According to domain name sales record, Youxi.com was sold for $2.43M in 2014. The price shocked a lot of investors at that time, but the value of premium domains never fade.
Xiangfu.com (means “enjoy a happy life” in Chinese) was sold for ￥11,500 CNY (approximately $17,200 USD) in an auction.
Pzl.com was sold for ￥245,000 CNY (approximately $36,600 USD) in an auction.
5723.com was sold for ￥195,000 CNY (approximately $29,000 USD) in an auction.
63.net was sold with a high six-figure CNY price.
Meituan-Dianping (Meituan.com), China’s largest group buying website, acquired a third-party payment startup, Qiandai (qiandai.com, means “money pocket” in Chinese). This means that Meituan-Dianping is able to run financial services ranging from mobile payment, bankcard payment to prepaid payment. Both Meituan-Dianping and Qiandai.com are using Chinese Pinyin domain names, seems like Pinyin domains have proved its lasting benefits to end-users. Does this mean that number names’ price will decrease?
According to Chaomi.cc’s date, on Sep. 26th, the total sales volume was 17,284, and the total sales turnover was ￥1,348,715 CNY (approximately $201,800 USD).