No, they're not rising. And I never said they were, man! But they are holding fairly steady.Also, do you think 4L chips are still rising? Show me where. Prove me wrong.
Not sure that a few domainers having a discussion on the decline of prices would constitute 'collusion' to drive down prices....I sense collusion to help drive down prices. Worthless b.s. and hearsay without real examples to back it up. I checked shortnames.com last night and see no substantial change over the past few weeks.
The burden of proof is on the naysayers.
By the way, one or two members selling crap random 4L at +/- $200 does not reflect the aftermarket.
Holding steady? From what? The jump of the cliff?No, they're not rising. And I never said they were, man! But they are holding fairly steady.
By the way, eBay is no measure either. A few weeks ago I saw a chip sell for around $900 while the overall floor was about $1200.
There's been a lot of chatter on NP chat of 4L "doom and gloom", maybe some of it tongue in cheek, but it sure isn't constructive and I find it at least mildly suspicious.Not sure that a few domainers having a discussion on the decline of prices would constitute 'collusion' to drive down prices....
Also, no one here is colluding amongs each other.You guys seem to be talking about non or anti-premiums here. These type names have been way overvalued following Chip2.0 and probably we are seeing a much needed market correction.
Realistically, there are no end users for these names. They are domainer tokens or baseball cards being tossed back and forth and all around. Bound to be a LOSING game.