All 5L.com will be bought out soon

Started by Ryar, Aug 16, 2022, 09:08 AM

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RyarTopic starter

Let me share some stats:

On July 24, I made a test sample in the .com zone - I generated 50 thousand random 5L.com domain names.
I checked: about 15 thousand employed, 35 thousand free.

now, out of these 35 thousand free domains, about 25% were occupied
statistical error on such a sample does not exceed 1-2%

About 580,000 Chinese 5L.com were registered in 2.5 weeks.
Now the Chinese register everything that makes sense from the point of view of the Chinese language + patterns.

Accordingly, Chinese domain names that have the slightest meaning, beauty, meaning, etc. can shoot 5L.
I think that all 5L.com will be gone before the new year.
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nesterland

In short, TS is right, I registered a few pieces in the mask MY***.com with meaning and Chinese premium letters, left a few pieces for later, but literally in a day everyone registered.
only a few pieces of MY***.com with vowels and V remained, which not held in high esteem by the Chinese, most likely soon they will not be. Judging by how the prices jumped not 4k, the queue for 5L.com, similarly as it was with the numbers 4N, then 5N and 6N. So soon any Chinese 5L will be sold for xхx. IMHO
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halley_pham

Readable 5L are not yet interesting to the Chinese, and therefore are free. Yesterday I compiled a rather impressive list of readers. At the moment, there is a massive registration of Chinese "premiums".
My opinion is the following: Literally six months or a year ago, Chinese friends played massively on the stock exchange. Then the crash happened and they found another niche to invest in. Regulate and buy everything in a row (having any value in the Chinese market).

I agree - the market is large, but even China will not be able to digest such a number of domain names with their lards of Chinese. This phenomenon plays into the hands of English-speaking domains as well. The more slag is occupied, the higher the prices for one-two-word classic domains.
By the way, now most domainers have succumbed to the Chinese bacchanalia and abandoned the "classics". In the drop, dictionary words for reg. fee began to appear more and more often (albeit not commercial keys, but also something meaningful and worthwhile)! It's time to replenish the portfolio for inexpensive...)
PS. If someone had said about 5 years ago that three-digit com would be sold from 500k to 1kk, then he would certainly have been ridiculed! And now that is the reality of the market.
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