Sunday, 29 January 2017

2017 3rd Week ccTLD Market Report January 22nd - 28th.

We are happy to let you know that there are some ccTLDs names sold at the recently concluded NamesCon 2017 held in Vegas USA, from 21st which was the arrival day and closed on Wednesday 25th January 2017 There are five .tv names; such as sold for $9,000, and sold $5000 each whilst sold for $4500 and sold for $4050.

The most expensive ccTLD names of the week was sold for $15,471 followed by sold for $12,750 and in third position was sold for $10,937. There was an interesting hacked domain name which was sold for $502, the domain was sold at Flippa.

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Friday, 27 January 2017

The CNNIC Report Of 2016

The CNNIC –(Chinese NIC) have just released their 2016 domain market growth and we found that the Chinese domain extension - .CN remains the strong hold in China and the result is very glaring that the trend is not likely to change in the nearest future.

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Sunday, 22 January 2017

ccTLDs Market Sales Report For 15th - 21st January 2017

The ccTLDs market is now heading towards a positive direction in this week and I hope the trend will continue like that. We brought you 106 ccTLDs sales in this week report.

The highest domain sale this week is, it was sold for $27,567 at The next to that was sold for $21,360 at, and the third highest name sold in the week was for a sum of $19,500. It seems the South Africa extension is also making waves if use with a good short dictionary word, I have seen many of it sold at sedo on many occasions. You know the people of South Africa are so much loyal to their domain extension and there are very few other extensions in that country. 

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Monday, 16 January 2017

Weekly Sales Report of ccTLD Market for 8th - 14th January 2017 was the most expensive ccTLD name sold in the week. The domain was sold on Tuesday 10th of January, 2017. Next to that was sold on Thursday 12th January, 2017, and followed by which was also sold on Sunday 8th January, 2017.

70 ccTLD were sold during the week in review. It was noted that the sales of was closed at It seems Flippa did well in the week. In this report, Flippa alone sold 18 domains including the big one and Go daddy sold 14 ccTLD names, sold 23 names while sedo sold only 11 names.

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Monday, 9 January 2017

Chinese Domain Investors Are Very Mean

It is very glaring that Chinese investors are more interested in the real values of short domain names better than every other western nations’ investors. To buttress my point; the Chinese investors have taken more than 22 percent of high valuable short names. Recently, they have once again bought owner was a New York based company known as J&R Music Company and the domain was previously used by the company for a quite many years.

The domain has just been transferred from USA to a new owner in China. The new owner represented by Not quite a long time ago in 2016 sometime in July was sold to a Chinese

Sunday, 8 January 2017

ccTLD Market Sales Report 2017 Week 1 Series

There were wholesome 61 ccTlDs sold during the first week of 2017. The best of the domains sold are sold for $15,781 sold on Monday 2nd January, 2017, followed by $12,380 sold in the middle of the week; precisely on Wednesday 4th January, 2016. Next to that was a robot niche typical domain - sold for $9,999 on Thursday 5th January, 2017.

It was noted that the sales of and were the highest domains sold above every other domain extensions on Tuesday and Wednesday 4th and 5th January, 2017.

The report were brought to you around various markets, such as Sedo, Godaddy,, flippa, and DropCatch and the data were collected from   

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Monday, 2 January 2017

ccTLDs Market Weekly Sales Report for December 26th - 31st, 2016

We wish to say compliment of New Year and may the year be fruitful for our business and have bountiful proceeds and then be proud of Domain Biz.

We found only 52 ccTLDs during the course of the week. We brought you the data from just few markets, i.e. Sedo, Godaddy,, flippa, and DropCatch.  

Most expensive name sold in the week was sold for $5, 500 on Wednesday 28th  of the week at, followed by a hyphenated domain sold for $4,355 sold on Tuesday 29th December, 2016 at, the next to that was a two letter domain sold for $2,550.