29.vip and bs.vip auction final price were $35k and $19.9k | Chinese Market Daily Report on 03-17-2017

By | March 17, 2017

DOMAIN SALES

Domainer Nifeng just sold 075.com, he acquired it in 100 days ago, then sold it with a undisclosed price.

61888.com was auctioned for ¥440,000 CNY (approximately $63,583 USD) at Wanming.com, but didn’t meet it’s reserve price.

29.vip was auctioned for ¥248,000 CNY (approximately $35,838 USD) at Ename.com.

Hcq.com was auctioned for ¥234,000 CNY (approximately $33,717 USD).

Bs.vip was auctioned for ¥138,000 CNY (approximately $19,942 USD) at Ename.com.

Duorong.com was auctioned for ¥104,000 CNY (approximately $15,028 USD).

888i.com was auctioned for ¥75,888 CNY (approximately $10,966 USD).

668.vip was auctioned for ¥40,000 CNY (approximately $5,780 USD) at ename.com.

5688.vip was auctioned for ¥13,500 CNY (approximately $1,950 USD) at ename.com.

Sxbb.com was auctioned for ¥9,050 CNY (approximately $1,307 USD).

Xzhf.com was auctioned for ¥8,850 CNY (approximately $1,278 USD).

Mdcj.com was auctioned for ¥8,900 CNY (approximately $1,286 USD).

OTHERS

According to Chaomi.cc’s data, on March.16th, the total sales volume was 6741, and the total sales turnover was ¥5,061,866 CNY (approximately $731,483 USD).

 

 

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5 thoughts on “29.vip and bs.vip auction final price were $35k and $19.9k | Chinese Market Daily Report on 03-17-2017

  1. gene

    Thanks very much for reporting on the dot-VIP (and other) sales, Sunny.

    Is this correct, or did you mean to say “.vip”? “5688.vp was auctioned for ¥13,500 CNY (approximately $1,950 USD) at ename.com”

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  2. Richest

    can I park my domains at Dn.com? Also can I receive wires from dn.com to Nigeria?

    Reply
    1. Sunny Post author

      Hi, DN.com can wire transfer to Negeria, but doesn’t offer park service. Thank you.

      Reply
  3. gene

    BTW, it’s very interesting to note the following comparison, for those that are obsessed with comparables:

    29.Net sold in 2011 for 11,500 USD — and here you have 29.VIP (an extension that’s only 10-months old!) selling for more than 3x that amount (35,838 USD).

    Yet, all you read on the domain blogs is how “dead” all of the gTLDs are. Apparently not everyone thinks so, especially in China.

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