Chinese domainer Zhan Baosheng, acquired four domain names yesterday. Three 3L.com domains, swd.com, thb.com and wbg.com, another domain was Chinese Pinyin zaochen.com (means “Morning” in Chinese).
76.cc was sold for a high six-figure CNY price.
Yaowu.com (means “Drug” in Chinese) was sold for a six-figure CNY price.
Bdz.com was sold for ￥242,000 CNY (approximately $35,800 USD) in an acution.
Fky.cn was sold for ￥39,000 CNY (approximately $5,770 USD) in an auction.
Zxsp.com was sold for ￥10,500 CNY (approximately $1,550 USD) in an auction.
Taoq.com was sold for ￥18,000 CNY (approximately $2,660 USD) in an auction.
Gjhl.com was sold for ￥9,800 CNY (approximately $1,450 USD) in an auction.
91111.cn was sold for ￥12,500 CNY (approximately $1,850 USD) in an auction.
92222.cn was sold for ￥13,000 CNY (approximately $1,920 USD) in an auction.
途家网(Tujia), which is often dubbed the Airbnb of China, announced that it has entered into a strategic agreement with Ctrip and Qunar to merge their home-stay businesses. Their domain name is Tujia.com, it’s the pinyin of their Chinese brand name. Tujia, unlike other competitors, they started the business with THE perfect domain name, the dis-syllable pinyin domain of their brand name. It’s short and could be easily remembered, also perfectly describes Tujia’s business.
According to Chaomi.cc’s data, on Oct. 19th, the total sales volume was 30674, and the total sales turnover was ￥1,204,590 CNY (approximately $178,350 USD). Compared with Oct. 18th, the total sales turnover in decreased 66.8%.