Depends on the numbers, and the order of those numbers. If they're decent combos such as 44422, 66699, 55551, 22288...X,XXX territory. If they're random, such as 29457, 29853, 12057, 00472...I consider them pretty worthless, and the floor price to be a "take what you can get" scenario. IMO
Just FYI, all numeric .com domain names are registered, up to 5N.com.
My team did a research back in November 2021, and we found that 1N.com, 2N.com, 3N.com, 4N.com, and all 5N.coms were registered. Then we checked all 6N.coms and found that out of 1.000.000 6-digit .com domain names, there are 338047 that are available for registration. And the rest (661953) are registered.
This is interesting because back in 2015 here on Namepros one user pointed out that ALL 6N.COM domains were registered.
So my guess is that trends change, and prices could swing back down or go even higher. Similar to 6N.COM domains when all were registered, and now we have few hundred thousand that are available for registration. Here's the research article. Let me know if you think this is interesting, and would like us to do this or a similar kind of research again. Right now I am thinking about checking all 5-letter .com domains. (Leave a comment there)
Hi @Duskic - I would be very interested in you doing a follow up article about 6N.com registrations in 2023. My guess: registration #s are higher now than in 2021 (likely 700k+ registered now vs. 662k in Nov 2021). Demand seems to be slowly increasing since late last year. For example: # of current 6N auctions with bids is way up. In 2021, there was only about 10 to 20 6N.com auctions with bids at any given time. Right now, ShortNames.com tells me there is 72.
Thanks for your comment @clarkemarketing I will definitely consider it! I am thinking about two different routes. 1 is to just do the research again from scratch, like the last time. 2nd would be to create a tool so I could repeat the process again in the future. Possibly do this once per year.
Obviously, there's some developer / programmer cost involved, so I would have to weigh in all the factors. I'll post here any update.