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Reviewing three-letter domain sales from a Chinese perspective

Here is why Chinese companies might like these domain names. Among the three letter .com sold in February (as reported by Namebio), I’ve found the following domains interesting from a Chinese perspective. BTI.com sold for $100,000 The “i” in the domain does not represent any Pinyin word. However, you can still find domains containing “i” […]

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Acronym domains containing “v” have end users in China

V isn’t popular in the West, but it is in China. I just read the Premium Domain Sales Observation Report (pdf) published by Guta. It’s a good source to understand the high-end segment of the Chinese domain market. The report analyzes sales of short .com domains and the latest issue intrigues me with the sale […]

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FDJ.com sold for forty grand at #DropCatch

FDJ.com is the youngest LLL .com domain, after its previous registrant lost control of it for unspecified reasons. The domain dropped a few days ago. The three letter .com was auctioned off at DropCatch, an expert domain dropcatching marketplace with p...
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VXE.com has been around the block

VXE.com is a 3L.com that’s been busy over the last couple years. The name sold on Flippa yesterday for the fourth time since August of 2016. According to Namebio the name last sold for $20,002 in May of 2017, this was a $5,000 gain from the previ...
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The domain king is a slumlord? Really?

So Rick got things going yesterday with his post on LLL.coms. I was particularly interested because I was having a discussion last week with a longtime domainer friend. He does not really care for 3L.coms and felt they were overhyped. Personally I have...
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