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627u.com sold at 39800 RMB on reg ENAME

Labeled as news in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by Mytz.com, Jun 29, 2020 at 9:42 AM

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  1. Mytz.com

    Mytz.com Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    I just saw the news 627u.com sold at 39800 RMB on reg ENAME,
    About 5,685 in dollars,
    I said I don't understand this domain name,
    Don't understand why this domain name is so expensive,
    It's estimated to be worth between $10 and $100 in normal times,
    Do you understand this domain name?
     
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  2. clarkemarketing

    clarkemarketing Top Contributor VIP

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    LNNN.com and NNNL.com are booming at the moment... I recently sold one myself and buyer paid BIN with no negotiation. This being said, USD 5600 for such a name is definitely extremely high and it is not Chinese premium so I'm not sure why the sale happened.
     
  3. linuxfreak

    linuxfreak Living in Command Line Gold Account

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    I sold h7yn.com for $80 and it was a good deal. More than $5000? It's totally ridiculous.

    I think NLLL's are worthless.
     
    Last edited: Jun 29, 2020 at 3:07 PM
  4. Mytz.com

    Mytz.com Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    What domain name are you selling?
    How much is it?
     
  5. Mytz.com

    Mytz.com Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    I think so too.
    But don't know why this domain name can sell so high price
     
  6. Dot.us

    Dot.us Top Contributor VIP Gold Account

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    No offense man but YOU should understand better than us because you are from China & why investors from China buy stupid names & pay huge amount of money
    For example why pay 50k for 787 .cc ? 1. mean nothing , 2 .cc it's one of the worst extensions ( term of sale or meaning ) , is a ccTLD NOT a TLD like .biz , .info .com etc.. but notice chinese investors are still folished by someone to buy crap names etc.. but ..no ..no why to pay $100 for NNN .biz i have - better to pay 50k money that can't return as investment in a million years - but again , i am glad that a chinese investors wasted 50k for a stupid name like 787 .cc or 5k for a stupid .com - after all China is the only country in the world in this pandemic ( caused by someone , secret not tell who ) with economic grow in 2020
    I talk with some people from China & say to me about chinese "power of many" (regards of pandemic ) another chinese ( i was worry because not see him on social media almost 1 month & think happen somethig with him ) , but now is very good & wealthy , was frustrated that he made only 200k from mask on gloves , meanwhile his friends made 1 million USD in one month in March 2020.
    Another chinese on my social media say - " we know the domain name business ( investors , people from china etc..) we on over 10 years " - no problem i say "you have 10 years of experience - americans have 30 years" :xf.wink:
    627u .com that person pay 5k because he can & maybe like but nothing special or something in what to invest.
    P.S. and domain name business can't evolve in China long as almost 99% of specialized site are only in chinese language or QQ is only for chinese or other form of communication & don't have at least english language , long as social media is restricted in China etc..
     
    Last edited: Jun 29, 2020 at 6:50 PM
  7. Jimmysun

    Jimmysun Established Member

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    My recommendation is that never touch that thing don't be fish, I never want those garbages.
     

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