75.cn Was Sold For A Six-Figure USD Price | Chinese Market Daily Report on 10-21-2016

By | October 21, 2016

DOMAIN SALES

Two number domain name of 75.cn was sold for ¥1,880,000 CNY (approximately $277,600 USD) in an auction.

A five number domain name of 17178.com was sold for ¥298,000 CNY (approximately $44,000 USD) in BIN sale. The number of “17” means “together” and “8” means “wealth” in Chinese.

Domain name of Bilibili.net was sold for ¥380,000 CNY (approximately $56,100 USD) yesterday. It has a potential end-user Bilibili.com.

668866.com was sold for a six-figure CNY price yesterday. Both “6” and “8” are lucky numbers in Chinese.

Qkj.com was sold for ¥262,000 CNY (approximately $38,700 USD) in an auction.

Qys.com was sold for ¥260,000 CNY (approximately $38,400 USD) in an auction.

125.net was sold for ¥90,000 CNY (approximately $13,200 USD) in an auction.

Ntq.com was sold for ¥234,000 CNY (approximately $34,500 USD) in an auction.

Jrtt.com was sold for ¥70,000 CNY (approximately $10,300 USD) in an auction.

1043.com was sold for a six-figure CNY price.

8736.com was sold for a six-figure CNY price.

Jhq.com was sold for a six-figure CNY price.

QQM.com was sold for a six-figure CNY price.

 

OTHERS

魅族(Meizu), a smart-phone company . It has announced that it has raised ¥200 million CNY funds. Their domain name is Meizu.com, also protected their brand domains Meizu.com.cn/.cn/.net.

According to Chaomi.cc’s data, on Oct. 20th, the total sales volume was 22118, and the total sales turnover was ¥1,382,597 CNY (approximately $204,200 USD).

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8 thoughts on “75.cn Was Sold For A Six-Figure USD Price | Chinese Market Daily Report on 10-21-2016

  1. Jon

    Thanks for the info,
    Any idea where 668866.com was sold and what was the actual price?

    Reply
    1. Sunny Post author

      The price was about $24k at the end of the auction yesterday, but it didn’t reach its reserve price. After the auction, buyer and seller made a deal at a higher price privately.

      Reply
      1. Jason

        Do the chinese generally consider .cn numerics to be worth more than .net’s?

        Reply
  2. Jason

    I can’t find any proof of 75.cn selling anywhere–how do you know it sold for that amount? Is there anything you can show us to substantiate your claim? Thanks

    Reply

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