28 Mar '16, 2pm

Chinese domain sales market : 60% of Chips holders wait for a better day

Chinese domain sales market : 60% of Chips holders wait for a better day Posted by DomainGang on March 28, 2016, at 10:45 am China: A vast land of many opportunities. The Chinese domain market is finishing off the last month of Q1/2016 with mixed emotions and a downwards trend. Its performance along a Bearish stock market has been lukewarm, and we’ve been witnessing large portfolio sell-outs among the Chinese domain investors. For the Westerners, however, there’s a twist to the story. According to a recent poll, 60% of “Chips” owners await a better day to sell their domains, and are holding onto them. Another 21% of those who voted are rushing to sell their investments before they lose more of their current value. Lastly, 19% of the vote does not have any “Chips” to worry about. Konstantinos of OnlineDomain made a killing in December , selling his stash of “Chinese premium...

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