4N domain name of 5188.com was sold for a seven-figure CNY price just now, both the buyer and seller didn’t public the price. However, according to Ename.cn news in last December, the seller bought it closed to ￥3,000,000 CNY (approximately $480k at that time). Number domain name end with 88 always popular in China.
5p.com was sold for a six-figure CNY price.
Xkx.com was sold for ￥310,000 CNY (approximately $45,600 USD) in an auction.
Jjn.com was sold for ￥288,000 CNY (approximately $45,400 USD) in an auction.
3709.com was sold for ￥151,000 CNY (approximately $22,230 USD) in an auction.
5429.com was sold for ￥105,000 CNY (approximately $15,400 USD) in an auction.
59995.com was sold for ￥63,000 CNY (approximately $9,270 USD) in an auction.
94449.com was sold for ￥30,000 CNY (approximately $4,410 USD) in an auction.
Lanzhu.com (means “lazy pig” in Chinese) was sold for ￥81,000 CNY (approximately $11,920 USD) in an auction.
Ruan.net (means “soft” in Chinese) was sold for ￥15,000 CNY (approximately $2,200 USD) in an auction.
Da.ren was sold for ￥101,000 CNY (approximately $14,800 USD) in an auction. The meaning of “DaRen” is “talent” in Chinese.
WeChat, the most widely used chat app in China, has a new feature, dubbed XiaoChengXu(微信小程序), or “Little Program” in English. The feature enables users to access specific services provided by apps, by either searching for the feature or scanning a QR code. However, one of the feature’s rules is “ prepare a domain name and it’s certificate, if you don’t have domain name, please register a domain”. Some Chinese domain investors think that will benefit to the domain name market.
According to Chaomi.cc’s data, on Oct. 24th, the total sales volume was 29597, and the total sales turnover was ￥3,739,468 CNY (approximately $550,600 USD).