Taodai.com was sold about $80k, 8851.com auction final price $57k

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  1. DN.com

    DN.com Active Member DN.com Staff VIP

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    DOMAIN SALES

    Taodai.com was sold for ¥550,000 CNY (approximately $79,710 USD). “TaoDai” means looking for loan in Chinese.

    8851.com was auctioned for ¥400,000 CNY (approximately $57,971 USD).

    Mty.com was auctioned for ¥334,000 CNY (approximately $48,405 USD).

    Lfx.com was auctioned for ¥222,000 CNY (approximately $32,173 USD).

    771888.com and 991888.com was auctioned for ¥90,000 CNY (approximately $13,043 USD).

    Lj.com.cn was auctioned for ¥60,000 CNY (approximately $8,695 USD), didn’t meet it’s reserve price.

    Zhoubao.com (means weekly report in Chinese) was auctioned for ¥43,000 CNY (approximately $6,231 USD), but didn’t meet it’s reserve price.

    Qiji.cn (means miracle in Chinese) was auctioned for ¥43,000 CNY (approximately $6,231 USD), didn’t meet it’s reserve price.

    E666.com was auctioned for ¥38,000 CNY (approximately $5,507 USD).

    Kaoe.com was auctioned for ¥32,000 CNY (approximately $4,637 USD).

    Pofei.com (means waste in Chinese) was auctioned for ¥22,000 CNY (approximately $3,188 USD).

    Jnw.net was auctioned for ¥16,600 CNY (approximately $2,405 USD), didn’t meet it’s reserve price.

    Sw888.com was auctioned for ¥9,999 CNY (approximately $1,449 USD).

    Cp218.com was auctioned for ¥6,000 CNY (approximately $869 USD).

    Cp626.com was auctioned for ¥6,000 CNY (approximately $869 USD).

    R000.com was auctioned for ¥4,100 CNY (approximately $594 USD).

    OTHERS

    According to Chaomi.cc’s data, on April 20th , the total sales volume was 4704, and the total sales turnover was ¥4,540,064 CNY (approximately $657,980 USD).
     
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  2. Marshall

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    Woah! China is on Fire! :xf.eek:

    Can you share at what marketplace these domains were auctioned? @DN.com
     
  3. DN.com

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    Hi, most of these domains were auctioned in Wechat groups hold by differernt companies. You can tell me the domain you interested, I will search the company for you.
     
  4. Marshall

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    No. It's fine. Thanks.
    Just wondering what would be the best place to sell a potential domain to Chinese customers. I am guessing it would be unlikely to enter those WeChat groups. @DN.com
     
  5. DN.com

    DN.com Active Member DN.com Staff VIP

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    You can consider add your domains in some Chinese escrow service companies, such as 4.cn. Potential buyer can provide his offer to you via 4.cn, both you and the buyer can negotiate price with each other. Add domains to sale is free.
     
  6. Marshall

    Marshall Hot Member Business Account

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    Thanks for the valuable info!
     
  7. DN.com

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    My pleasure. :)
     
  8. ustradebitcoin

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    a question about for 4.cn , do we have to pay a fee to listing domain on bin sale? thanks
     
  9. DN.com

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    Hi, to activate the BIN sale at 4.cn, client needs to freeze 1,000 yuan deposit, then clients can add unlimited numbers of domains in BIN sale by themselves.
     
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  11. DN.com

    DN.com Active Member DN.com Staff VIP

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    Do you means these IDN domains? Yes, they are for sale, but not in BIN sale.

    Sunny
     

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