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All Chinese premium LLLL.net were registered.

Labeled as news in "Short" Domain Discussion, started by DotCN, Jul 28, 2015

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  1. DotCN

    DotCN Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    About one hour ago, all Chinese premium LLLL.net were registered.

    No single Chinese premium LLLL.net is left...
    I am checking it again.
     
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  2. forge

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    Interesting development.

    Do you know how many domains that amounted to?

    Was it multiple registrants or all one person?
     
  3. DotCN

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    20*20*20*20 = 160,000 in total. (Chinese Premium: without A,E,I,O,U,V)
    The last 30,000 Chinese premium LLLL.net were registered in about 1 hour today.
     
  4. mhdoc

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    Portable wealth?
     
  5. campout

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    OMG. 30,000 x $8 = $240,000 -- that is a serious bet. The fact that it all happened at once points to the fact that it was one entity.
     
  6. domainerfella

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    Nice move. They are worth more than $8 anyway, say at least $100.
     
  7. Chetan

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    great move, this will seriously increase the value of Chinese premium llll .com's
     
  8. Let's wait and see how the market reacts.....LLLL.net buyout anyone?
     
  9. Chetan

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    i came to know about this just 5 minutes back :P through this thread. I am a big time .net investor but never put my hands on chinese premium LLLL.net domains
     
  10. forge

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    How do you figure?
     
  11. wot

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    What are premium Chinese llll.net as opposed to ordinary llll.net?

    And what are premium Chinese llll.com as opposed to ordinary llll.com?
     
  12. forge

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    No vowels except Y, also no V.

    Or was that question merely for debate?
     
  13. wot

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    Interesting.

    I always thought Chinese domains were either Pinyin or Chinese characters.
     
  14. domainerfella

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    COM premiums at 400-600 range now and can only go up in a long term. NET will be the cheaper option at high XX or low XXX and it is liked by Chinese as well. So this snap up is a signal in that direction, I assume. Nobody wastes money just like that. Whoever done this must have had their basic groundwork ready. Just imagine the profit at 100 each for 30k domains which were regged within 5-8. Do you see it now, @forge?
     
  15. forge

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    Sure, but I still think your valuation is way premature. Time will tell.
     
  16. domainerfella

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    Need to see, Chetan. Because if people will opt for NET which are way cheaper, then? Until now, it was only COMs. So, if they develop a renewed interest in NETs because of the pricey COMs? As far as I understand, they want to save every single penny they can. COMs value will only increase overtime but the speed of it's growth may be affected.
     
  17. djum

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    I'm curious if Chinese LLLL.net has value now. I mean all of them are registered, then every single one must be priced at least at 10$, right?
     
  18. Beezy

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    How can one verify that they've all been bought out? What tool is best to use? Thanks.
     
  19. domainerfella

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    I verified it yesterday from expireddomains.net and found all were taken. The OP meant all dropped domains up to yesterday were taken.
     
  20. Compassion

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    seems very wise, the question is what will these LLLL.net trade at in one year... ?O.o
     
  21. Perfecto

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    Thanks, this explains why, I have been contacted a few time over the years from China, in Chinese regarding, [what I now know thanks to this thread], our LLLL.com "premium Chinese" domains.
     
  22. BrandingModel.com

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    I've got a few .nets but prefer NNNN more than LLLL for the chinese market. I dont know if any of these are premium without A,E,I,O,U,V

    Currently available today to register from the drops

    cxrs.net
    czbc.net
    dhsv.net
    djwn.net
    dlft.net
    dxmp.net
    fbmk.net
    fmyl.net
    fpgk.net
    fpwz.net
    ggfb.net
    grcl.net
    hjth.net
    hlwy.net
    jcxy.net
    jwtn.net
    kcll.net
    kpsq.net
    lbbz.net
    ldhp.net
    lejc.net
    llmn.net
    lrjm.net
    ltvn.net
    lvty.net
    lwwb.net
    mfhb.net
    ntps.net
    pfxx.net
    qbgc.net
    qbxc.net
    qcwn.net
    qnxw.net
    qwby.net
    qxwh.net
    qysf.net
    rtcj.net
    skmp.net
    slqu.net
    tpbs.net
    tsnb.net
    wgma.net
    wmxq.net
    wrdl.net
    ydtb.net
    ykxw.net
    yyjw.net
    zbtj.net

    It will interesting to see how sales of LLLL.net preform over the next few months. The market is quiet at the moment which is the best time to find opportunities to buy some decent NNNN domains and hold a few for a few years or quick flip for fast ROI? IMO
     
  23. I'm still a firm believer in LLLL.nets and have a few dictionary LLLL.nets stowed away so lets hope this market heats up. Burn baby BURN!!!
     
  24. Chetan

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    As far as llll.net are concerned. I hold suck.net and cabs.net
    Hope that overall market llll.net should raise high because of this buy out and not just Chinese premium
     
  25. yogiDomain

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    all pinyin letter domains are regged (pinyin letters combination comes up to1260 LLLL).

    Your domains are mixture of pinyin and other letter so less valueable currently.

     

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