You may have seen my article on Thursday about the sale of SX.com on NameJet for $555,050. The auction was won by NameJet user "first", and it turns out that the domain name may have already been resold. In the comments section on an article from Raymond Hackney for TheDomains.com, a user said that the domain had already been sold at auction in China within 24 hours of the NameJet auction ending. These claims come from a Chinese domain forum (the original thread is here) in which it's reported that SX.com had just been sold on Juming.com. The NameJet auction for SX.com closed on 9th July 2015. On 10th July 2015, an auction on Juming.com for SX.com had closed with a price reported to be $1.13mm. Although bids on Juming.com's SX.com auction were confidential, the forum post mentioned above notes that SX.com's sale price at Juming.com was ¥7,010,000 CNY, which works out at around $1,130,000 USD. If this information does turn out to be correct, then that means that whoever bought the domain name from NameJet made a profit of $574,000 (not including fees) within 24 hours. Not a bad flip. Unfortunately, we're unlikely to be able to fully verify the SX.com sale on Juming.com but if true, SX.com would take the 2nd and 4th spot on DNJournal's Top 100 Sales Chart for 2015. Update: @yesonline has provided a screenshot of Juming.com's auction for SX.com, complete with closing price. Take a look in the comments below.