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eName weekly sales led by HuaHua.com at $58,608

Weekly sales from eName ending 7/27/20 For those unfamiliar, Launched in 2005, the #1 domain name marketplace in China and the preferred platform for all Chinese domain investors. HuaHua.com was the high sale at $58,608. 3831.com was second at $29,003 and then KDW.com at $28,292.   huahua.com $58,608 3831.com $29,003 kdw.com $28,292 jrg.com $14,562 46.cn […]

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eName weekly sales led by XWHB.net – A 3L.com for $8,000

Weekly sales from eName ending 7/20/20 For those unfamiliar, Launched in 2005, the #1 domain name marketplace in China and the preferred platform for all Chinese domain investors. XWHB.net was the high sale at $8,996. Incredible price for a 4L.net that is not a word. GXU.com for $8,008 cheapest 3L.com I have seen in months. […]

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eName weekly sales led by ChinaCars.com at close to $60,000

Weekly sales from eName ending 7/13/20 For those unfamiliar, Launched in 2005, the #1 domain name marketplace in China and the preferred platform for all Chinese domain investors. ChinaCars.com was the high sale at $59,849. We had a 4N.com and a 3L.com with 0264.com closing at $14,057 and KZJ.com closing at $11,981. chinacars.com $59,849 0264.com […]

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eName weekly sales led by EA.cn

Weekly sales from eName ending 6/29/20 For those unfamiliar, Launched in 2005, the #1 domain name marketplace in China and the preferred platform for all Chinese domain investors. The week was led by EA.cn at $19,126. 11.cn was the top numeric at $15,129. ea.cn $19,126 11.cn $15,129 kouhong.com $14,559 ynrsksw.cn $11,420 minbo.com $9,613 823.cn $7,079 […]

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eName April domain sales

Here is a recap of the top sales at eName for the month of April. For those unfamiliar, Launched in 2005, the #1 domain name marketplace in China and the preferred platform for all Chinese domain investors. 21 of the top 25 sales were .com I especially thought TQB.com was a good buy, I would […]

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It’s a two-way street when it comes to the Chinese domain market

Many investors may see China only as a buyer for expensive .com domains. However, the days are coming when you’ll hear more and more about Chinese owners selling domains to buyers outside China. A recent news story I read is an indication of what is to come. Last month, the domain Viafintech.com was sold by […]

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Websites translating numeric domains to Pinyin?

Recently I read that a domain investor was looking for a website which can translate a number to Pinyin. If possible, he would also like the website to provide English description. Such service would be tremendously helpful to investors when acquiring numeric domains. Unfortunately, I don’t know if such website exists. In fact, numbers have […]

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