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Why are 6N.com w/ repeated pattern worth more when the pattern is at the end and not the beginning?

Labeled as discuss in Numeric Domain Discussion started by Nashid, Mar 17, 2019.

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  1. Nashid

    Nashid Established Member

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    Ok, can someone please explain this one:

    Why are 6n.com's worth more when the 777, 666, 222, 555, 888, 111, is at the end of the number and lower when the repeated pattern is at the beginning?

    Just compare the sales to see:

    116222.com 1,600 USD 2019-02-26 GoDaddy
    756222.com 1,525 USD 2019-02-26 GoDaddy
    424222.com 1,525 USD 2019-02-26 GoDaddy
    190222.com 1,425 USD 2019-02-26 GoDaddy
    044222.com 1,217 USD 2019-02-26 GoDaddy
    949222.com 1,125 USD 2019-02-26 GoDaddy
    748222.com 1,125 USD 2019-02-26 GoDaddy

    244666.com 2,102 USD 2019-03-06 NameJet
    290666.com 804 USD 2019-03-03 DropCatch
    666321.com 554 USD 2019-02-22 DropCatch
    887666.com 3,050 USD 2019-02-17 GoDaddy
    576668.com 201 USD 2019-01-27 GoDaddy
    666908.com 252 USD 2019-01-19 GoDaddy
    666032.com 255 USD 2019-01-18 GoDaddy
    010666.com 2,983 USD 2019-01-12 GoDaddy


    See, the pattern in the beginning of the number does not sell for much, can someone please explain this theory to me for the reason why????
     
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  2. NYJimbo

    NYJimbo Domain Re-Animator

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    It just increases the value because of rarity. Putting the pattern anywhere is more frequent than start or end. Putting them right before the .com is just preferred due to it becoming that by choice that became standard. Sometimes if it has a 1 at the start it is worth more than at the end.

    Also numbers like 365, 234, 123, 168 at start or end increase value. Even just a pair in the middle raises value a little more than the pair randomly in the 6N.

    It's really about the rarity of the number and its location.
     
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2019

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