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Cha.net Was Sold For a Six-Figure CNY Price | Chinese Market Daily Report on 12-01-2016

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    DOMAIN SALES

    Cha.net was sold for a six-figure CNY pirce. “Cha” is a good word in Chinese, means “tea” and “check” in Chinese.

    Yuezhan.com (means invite challenge in Chinese) was sold for a six-figure CNY price.

    Zcf.com was auctioned for ¥340,000 CNY (approximately $49,199 USD), but didn’t meet it’s reserve price.

    Gb.cc was auctioned for ¥160,000 CNY (approximately $23,152 USD), but didn’t meet it’s reserve price.

    8811.cc was auctioed for ¥64,000 CNY (approximately $9,261 USD).

    75388.com was sold for ¥57,500 CNY (approximately $8,320 USD) in an auction.

    53982.com was sold for ¥14,900 CNY (approximately $2,156 USD) in an auction.

    97156.com was sold for ¥14,900 CNY (approximately $2,156 USD) in an auction.

    Xmxp.com was sold for ¥13,000 CNY (approximately $1,881 USD) in an auction.

    Gzrp.com was sold for ¥13,000 CNY (approximately $1,881 USD) in an auction.

    37128.com was auctioned for ¥16,700 CNY (approximately $2,416 USD), but didn’t meet it’s reserve price.

    OTHERS

    According to Chaomi.cc‘s data, on Nov. 30th, the total sales volume was 9059, and the total sales turnover was ¥2,908,185 CNY (approximately $420,829 USD).

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