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#Chinese corporate #domains : ZI .com moves to #China

Chinese corporate domains : ZI.com moves to China Posted by DomainGang on January 2, 2016, at 8:29 am Two letter .com domains form a special category of premium, short domains, aimed at corporate use primarily. Not to be confused with the overflowing gamut of other domains lately presented as “market opportunities “, these beauties come with a seven figure price tag. Sure enough, another two letter .com sale was just revealed; domain investor, George Kirikos , has been keeping track of the LL .com changes in ownership. The domain name ZI.com was sold by Digimedia to a Chinese domain owner, and this is the first such reported domain sale of 2016. The price is expected to match or exceed the price range of two letter .com domains, of at least one million dollars. We’re speculating a selling price of $2 million to $3 million USD. The Chinese domain market for LL .com domains ...

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