Szjy.com was sold for $17k USD,Yww.com, 3491.com | Chinese Market Daily Report on 05-18-2017

By | May 18, 2017

DOMAIN SALES

Yww.com changed hands for a high six-figure CNY price, but the seller didn’t disclose the exact price.

Lzq.com was auctioned for ¥220,000 CNY (approximately $31,865 USD).

Szjy.com was sold for ¥120,000 CNY (approximately $17,380 USD) in a BIN sale at 22.cn, “sz” is short for Shenzhen.

3491.com was auctioned for ¥104,500 CNY (approximately $15,135 USD).

Lun.cn was auctioned for ¥50,000 CNY (approximately $7,242 USD), didn’t meet its reserve price.

225888.com was auctioned for ¥50,000 CNY (approximately $7,242USD).

99022.com was auctioned for ¥30,000 CNY (approximately $4,345 USD).

1189.cn was auctioned for ¥11,050 CNY (approximately $1,600 USD).

5573.cn was auctioned for ¥9,550 CNY (approximately $1,383 USD).

Xkwg.com was auctioned for ¥7,650 CNY (approximately $1,108USD).

Jwnp.com was auctioned for ¥7,550 CNY (approximately $1,093 USD).

Kzrp.com was auctioned for ¥7,500 CNY (approximately $1,086 USD).

Waijiao.com.cn was auctioned for ¥6,150 CNY (approximately $890 USD), “waijiao” means foreign teacher in Chinese.

2p2p.com was auctioned for ¥4,200 CNY (approximately $608 USD).

9218.vip was auctioned for ¥2,500 CNY (approximately $362 USD).

OTHER

According to Chaomi.cc’s data, on May, 17th, the total sales volume was 5036, and the total sales turnover was ¥2,764,189 CNY (approximately $400,369 USD).

 

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8 thoughts on “Szjy.com was sold for $17k USD,Yww.com, 3491.com | Chinese Market Daily Report on 05-18-2017

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  2. Jason

    Sunny:
    Where’d you go? Nothing to report these days?

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    1. Sunny Post author

      Hi Jason,
      Thank you for contacting.
      Yes, I’m sorry that dnqueen.net will continue to stop updating. We’re sorry for that. However, if you have any questions about Chinese market, please feel free to contact me via email sunny@goldenname.com. Thank you for supporting.

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        1. Sunny Post author

          Hi Jason, thank you for your concerns. DN.com’s Twitter usually updates some domain name sales information of Chinese market. Our Twitter account is @wwwDNcom.

          Reply
          1. Jason

            OK understood. Thanks for your updates on this blog, up till now 🙂
            Quick question: Would you say that a) the chinese numerics market is overall “down” right now, and b) would this be a good time to buy?

          2. Sunny Post author

            Do you mind tell me your another email address? I tried to send email to your Yahoo.com email, but failed.

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