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johnn

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No one seems to care about any other names except CHIPS?

I am not a CHIPS person as I cannot predict the trend of chips in the future so I stick with what I know well for the moment (So I can sleep at night!!!)

Just sold an LLL .us yesterday on Afternic for $1,000 after listing here and no one wants to offer even $50 but I can sleep at night with my non chips.

Beside with chips crazy pricing it would take a lot of money to invest so I stay out for now.

Good luck to chips fans.
 
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Maybe I've been away too long, but I have no idea what CHIPS is, or are. Can someone elucidate me?
 

gareth1614

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'Tis a "Chinese Premium", or a domain containing no vowels or the letter v.

Takes a bit of getting used to initially, granted.
 

gareth1614

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Or, depending on which side of the Atlantic you live on, they're either fried potatoes or . . . another kind of fried potatoes.
 

gareth1614

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Chips here Gareth.
Chips to me are fries to you then I think. Unless you're in a casino, in which case they're . . .

OK I'll stop, let's get back to domains.:lookaround:
 

Kassey Lee

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Maybe I've been away too long, but I have no idea what CHIPS is, or are. Can someone elucidate me?
Actually you are not alone. I don't understand much about the logic behind this massive interest in the so-called chips. My focus has always been the same: does a domain name mean something that an end user company can use to brand their business.
 
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Thanks, but no thanks. Already have the info I need to not want to click those links.
 

Flipsbay

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forge

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DIPS would be a more interesting discussion.

Someone can start with guacamole.

A good alternate topic for discussion would be the many ways to beat a dead horse.
 

frank-germany

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those are CHIPS:

why would someone not want to know about it?

scny.com $2,622.00 1/11/2016 NameJet
nhrb.com $3,044.00 1/10/2016 GoDaddy
llcz.com $1,913.00 1/10/2016 GoDaddy
jhrr.com $2,150.00 1/9/2016 NameJet
splk.com $2,098.00 1/9/2016 NameJet
mrkc.com $2,214.00 1/9/2016 GoDaddy
nzdf.com $1,951.00 1/9/2016 GoDaddy
tjlz.com $2,111.00 1/9/2016 Flippa
lymc.com $2,153.00 1/8/2016 Sedo
wqmd.com $1,100.00 1/8/2016 Flippa
hsnc.com $4,195.00 1/8/2016 NameJet
kfmj.com $2,050.00 1/8/2016 NameJet
cgsp.com $3,038.00 1/8/2016 GoDaddy
ntdx.com $2,051.00 1/8/2016 GoDaddy
txhy.com $1,300.00 1/7/2016 Flippa
fwmk.com $2,320.00 1/7/2016 NameJet
wlnn.com $2,100.00 1/7/2016 GoDaddy
mhpd.com $2,247.00 1/7/2016 GoDaddy
knkm.com $2,150.00 1/6/2016 Sedo
ytqq.com $2,600.00 1/6/2016 NameJet
gckd.com $2,351.00 1/6/2016 Sedo
pnbr.com $1,900.00 1/5/2016 Flippa
njmh.com $1,550.00 1/5/2016 Flippa
phpz.com $2,238.00 1/5/2016 NameJet
sstw.com $2,531.00 1/5/2016 GoDaddy
 

hugegrowth

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Chips had a great 2015, there is no denying. Now what will 2016 be like for Chip domains?
 
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those are CHIPS:

why would someone not want to know about it?

scny.com $2,622.00 1/11/2016 NameJet
nhrb.com $3,044.00 1/10/2016 GoDaddy
llcz.com $1,913.00 1/10/2016 GoDaddy
jhrr.com $2,150.00 1/9/2016 NameJet
splk.com $2,098.00 1/9/2016 NameJet
mrkc.com $2,214.00 1/9/2016 GoDaddy
nzdf.com $1,951.00 1/9/2016 GoDaddy
tjlz.com $2,111.00 1/9/2016 Flippa
lymc.com $2,153.00 1/8/2016 Sedo
wqmd.com $1,100.00 1/8/2016 Flippa
hsnc.com $4,195.00 1/8/2016 NameJet
kfmj.com $2,050.00 1/8/2016 NameJet
cgsp.com $3,038.00 1/8/2016 GoDaddy
ntdx.com $2,051.00 1/8/2016 GoDaddy
txhy.com $1,300.00 1/7/2016 Flippa
fwmk.com $2,320.00 1/7/2016 NameJet
wlnn.com $2,100.00 1/7/2016 GoDaddy
mhpd.com $2,247.00 1/7/2016 GoDaddy
knkm.com $2,150.00 1/6/2016 Sedo
ytqq.com $2,600.00 1/6/2016 NameJet
gckd.com $2,351.00 1/6/2016 Sedo
pnbr.com $1,900.00 1/5/2016 Flippa
njmh.com $1,550.00 1/5/2016 Flippa
phpz.com $2,238.00 1/5/2016 NameJet
sstw.com $2,531.00 1/5/2016 GoDaddy

Really? Are people getting that desperate and stupid?
 
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Having 200 Chinese premiums " chips ..or whatever" - llll.com it's been a long wait since 07 to cash in having sold 2 at $2800 each recently as I now begin to sell..

with the remainder if I can keep getting 2.8k+ that will take me just over 550k this year.



Loving chips..
 

frank-germany

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Chips had a great 2015, there is no denying. Now what will 2016 be like for Chip domains?

those are 2016 sales

if you can predict the future
nobody would believe you anyway
 
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I have to ask; are these end users, or simply domain collectors? If it's end-users, I'm still not sure if I understand the fuss over hard to brand, nonsensical combinations of letters. If it's domain collectors, I get the pointless nature of buying something with little potential to pawn off to other another domain collectors that you may catch out, or is desperate to find the next big (pseudo) wave in the hope of cashing in.
 

frank-germany

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I have to ask; are these end users, or simply domain collectors? If it's end-users, I'm still not sure if I understand the fuss over hard to brand, nonsensical combinations of letters. If it's domain collectors, I get the pointless nature of buying something with little potential to pawn off to other another domain collectors that you may catch out, or is desperate to find the next big (pseudo) wave in the hope of cashing in.


that doesnt matter much
sales are sales

prices going up
are prices going up
 

Flipsbay

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I have to ask; are these end users, or simply domain collectors? If it's end-users, I'm still not sure if I understand the fuss over hard to brand, nonsensical combinations of letters. If it's domain collectors, I get the pointless nature of buying something with little potential to pawn off to other another domain collectors that you may catch out, or is desperate to find the next big (pseudo) wave in the hope of cashing in.
you said you have your answer now what happened mate. Re thinking ;)

Thanks.
 

Apprich

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