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auctions Domain Auction in Beijing: 32.cn sold for $274,380; MeiKang.com for $53,262...

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The Second Beijing Domain Auction was successfully held in Beijing, China on April 24, 2015. The auction resulted in seven figures worth of domain sales. We've included pictures from the event including some results from the domain auction. For those who are interested in the Chinese market but were unable to attend the event, we hope you enjoy.


Auction House

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Sponsors

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Gathering of Domain Investors & Bidders

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Auction Results - Part of Successful Bidding

Update: 3 domains were erroneously included in this report; corrections have been made to the transcript.

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Auction Data Transcription

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AuctionDomainsPriceinCNYPriceinUSD
52.com11,000,000$1,775,400
32.cn1,700,000$274,380
9.top500,000$80,700
MeiKang.com330,000$53,262
FanChuan.com200,000$32,280
FuShun.com200,000$32,280
HuiFang.com160,000$25,824
MoDao.com110,000$17,754
JuDan.com105,000$16,947
PaiWu.com100,000$16,140
ZhaCai.com100,000$16,140
Shunzi.com82,000$13,235
HuaZhao.com80,000$12,912
China.top80,000$12,912
JiuZhan.com76,000$12,266
YeCao.com67,000$10,814
Yecha.com67,000$10,814
BaoDou.com65,000$10,491
TouKui.com60,000$9,684
Jet.top60,000$9,684
ZiDai.com55,000$8,877
ErMai.com50,000$8,070
ShanPan.com50,000$8,070
YongNeng.com50,000$8,070
FaXie.com41,000$6,617
GuiLan.com41,000$6,617
BaMao.com38,000$6,133
XiaoJuan.com36,000$5,810
ZhuCan.com36,000$5,810
ShuiCai.com35,000$5,649
LingZhou.com30,000$4,842
XiuLou.com28,000$4,519
ShaYing.com27,000$4,358
JiancChou.com25,000$4,035
WanMiao.com21,000$3,389
0317.top2,000$323
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Correctional Notes
  • 52.com was sold at ename.cn before the Beijing auction, but the sale price of 11,000,000CNY is correct.
  • 9.top was auctioned at ename.cn a few days before the Beijing auction, but the sale price is correct.
  • 0317.top was auctioned at ename.cn a few days before the Beijing auction, but the sale price is correct.
 
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Just got HongChau.com after seeing this!
I'm curious to know why Chinese investors are investing in .top?

.top is a Chinese registry and it looks like the auction was sponsored by .top.

Interesting that those pinyin .com continue to sell very well. Looks like IDN are out of the picture.

BTW - do Chinese buy hyphenated domains as it looks like pinyin is perfect for it?
 

BrandChimp

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.top is a Chinese registry and it looks like the auction was sponsored by .top.

Interesting that those pinyin .com continue to sell very well. Looks like IDN are out of the picture.

BTW - do Chinese buy hyphenated domains as it looks like pinyin is perfect for it?

I don't think they like to say something like "Wo Hyphen ai hyphen ni" IMO.
the English version would be I-Love-You.com.
 
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I don't think they like to say something like "Wo Hyphen ai hyphen ni" IMO.
the English version would be I-Love-You.com.


But most of those on auction are just two tier pinyin eg Fu Shun?

Interesting also that nearly all of the pinyin sales have the same registrant or nominee, was that a requirement of the auction?
 

vicho

.TOP Staff
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Just got HongChau.com after seeing this!
I'm curious to know why Chinese investors are investing in .top?

Although top is an English word, Chinese people know its meaning. Since its GA on November 18, 2014, .top has a registration number of 87,000, among which around 80% are registered by Chinese people.

You can check: https://namestat.org/top
 
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Although top is an English word, Chinese people know its meaning. Since its GA on November 18, 2014, .top has a registration number of 87,000, among which around 80% are registered by Chinese people.

You can check: https://namestat.org/top


Good to be a Reseller.Top then? B-)
 

vicho

.TOP Staff
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.top is a Chinese registry and it looks like the auction was sponsored by .top.

Interesting that those pinyin .com continue to sell very well. Looks like IDN are out of the picture.

BTW - do Chinese buy hyphenated domains as it looks like pinyin is perfect for it?

1. Yes, it was sponsored by us.

2. Pinyin, digits, single and abbreviated English domains are quite popular in China, but IDN are not in the same situation, even Chinese characters.

3. Hyphenated domains are okay but not that good :D
 

Johnsn

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But most of those on auction are just two tier pinyin eg Fu Shun?

Interesting also that nearly all of the pinyin sales have the same registrant or nominee, was that a requirement of the auction?
My guess is that the domains on the auction might be in some kind of entrust status in case of ownership protection.
 
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