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A Numeric Domains is a domain name made up purely of numbers. Numeric domains are sought after mostly by Chinese buyers – we can safely say that 80% of the players in this market come from China. The reason for this is because Chinese businesses have historically used numbers or pinyin versions of Chinese characters to brand their websites. English keyword domains are difficult to remember for native Chinese speakers, therefore most of the popular websites in China use numbers (eg 163.com) or pinyin (Baidu.com, Youku.com etc.). Add to this the limited supply of only 100 NN.com and 1000 NNN.com, then you can quickly understand the rising value. The Chinese are a people of many languages, but no alphabet. Chinese businesses have historically used numbers or pinyin versions of Chinese characters to brand their websites. There are tens of thousands of Chinese characters, with every single word having its own associated visual character. In addition, there are numerous Chinese languages and strong numeric symbolism from Confucianism, Taoism, folk belief, and recent internet slang. This leaves numbers as the greatest commonly understood “language.”
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Numeric domains are sought after mostly by Chinese buyers – we can safely say that 80% of the players in this market come from China. The reason for this is because Chinese businesses have historically used numbers or pinyin versions of Chinese characters to brand their websites. English keyword domains are difficult to remember for native Chinese speakers, therefore most of the popular websites in China use numbers (eg 163.com) or pinyin (Baidu.com, Youku.com etc.). Add to this the limited supply of only 100 NN.com and 1000 NNN.com, then you can quickly understand the rising value.
We have seen quite an increase on the average price of Numeric Domains recently with some of the most notable transactions including:
• The domain name 1001.com sold for $100,000.
• Frank Schilling’s Name Administration sold 88888.com for $245,000.
• 114.com sold in early 2013 for 2.1 million dollars, getting in the top 5 disclosed transactions in 2013.
• 55.com to this date is the numeric domain sold at a highest price – $2.3 million in 2011.
What is it and what makes it so valuable?
A numeric domain is a domain exclusively composed by numbers. It might not seem obvious, but k34567.com is NOT a numeric domain even though it is largely composed by numbers. A numeric domain does NOT include dashes. Any extension qualifies, but, for more details please refer to the section below on how to invest in numeric domain names. Examples of numeric domains are 32.com, 720.com, and 8367219.com, although for the sake of liquid value, we typically consider tradable only the domains up to 5 digits for .com and up to 4 digits for .net. But what makes numeric domains so valuable and worthy of a liquid evaluation? There are many reasons for that, but, in my opinion, these are the top 3:
1. Liquidity. The ability to quickly cash in on an asset considerably increases its value. In addition, the market for liquid domains is purely speculative – 100% of investors who purchase domains, do so to obtain a profit, and therefore they are rarely willing to sell at a loss. When this rare occasion happens, the market absorbs almost any quantity with near-perfect liquidity. As a result, it is extremely unlikely that domain investors (often wealthy Chinese citizens looking to put their wealth in a safe, international currency, which goes under the tax radar and appreciates in value) will one day rush to sell their domains and generate a large increase in supply.
2. Traceability of assets. I mentioned in another article how easy it is to trace the top 11,100 most valuable domains – you simply need to list on a spreadsheet all the numbers from 00 to 99, from 000 to 999 and from 0000 to 9999 – for a total of 11,100. If you add .com to all the cells and run a bulk whois extraction, you can now mass email all domain owners and ask how much is the lowest price they’d be looking to sell. Does this seem clever to you? Well, it is indeed. The issue is that most brokers and investors alike have done that numerous times and this is the reason why, if you are a numeric domain owner, you have been recently inundated by unsolicited emails containing offers or price inquiries. This has caused 2 consequences: 1. sellers tend to believe (and rightly so) that their assets are now worth a lot more 2. brokers relist the domains at a higher price to include their commission and/or a negotiation margin. The natural product of these is the 300% YoY increase in prices we have seen.
3. Transactions Disclosure. While I love Ron Jackson and DNJournal.com, most transactions in the numeric market go undisclosed, for the simple reason that most times buyer and seller are both Chinese and do not care to disclose the details of the transaction to traditional industry outlets. On the other hand, there have been quite a few transactions disclosed in the industry blogs, especially when a Western end user was involved. Because end user sales tend to be at least double the value of investor transactions, like in the case of 360.com, those disclosed transactions created an inflated perception of how much domains are commonly traded for. Those familiar with the liquid domain market know that most Chinese investors are happy to purchase a domain, price it higher and resell it one month later for a nice 20% profit. This clashes with the traditional “domainer” approach of: make me an offer (and I will figure out what is your max). If you are on the buy side, Chinese sellers are usually happy to provide you with lists of domains at reasonable prices; if you are on the sell side instead, Chinese investors will often bid large amounts, but they will never bid over the dominant BIN for comparable assets – it simply would not make sense for them to pay more. Therefore, when you are planning to make or accept a bid for a numeric domain, I recommend that you find out exactly what are the current trading ranges for similar assets, or you might be leaving (a lot of) money on the table.
0. The Number 0 (零 or 檸, Pinyin:líng or níng) is a whole number and it is also an even number for the money ends with 0.
2. The number 2 (二 or 两, Pinyin:èr or liăng) is most often considered a good number in Chinese culture. There is a Chinese saying: “good things come in pairs”. It is common to repeat characters in product brand names, such as double happiness, which even has its own character 囍, a combination of two 喜.
3. The number 3 (三, Pinyin: sān) sounds similar to the character for “birth” (生, Pinyin: shēng), and is considered a lucky number.
6. The number 6 represents wealth in Cantonese, this number is a homophone for (祿 Lok). 6 (六, Pinyin: liù) in Mandarin is pronounced the same as “liu” (溜, Pinyin: liù) and similar to “flow” (流, Pinyin: liú) and is therefore considered good for business.
7. The number 7 (七, Pinyin: qī) symbolizes “togetherness”. It is a lucky number for relationships. It is also recognized as the luckiest number in the West, and is one of the rare numbers that is great in both Chinese and many Western cultures. It is a lucky number in Chinese culture, because it sounds alike to the Chinese word 起 (Pinyin: qǐ) meaning arise, and also 气 (Pinyin: qì) meaning life essence.
8. The word for “eight” (八 Pinyin: bā) sounds similar to the word which means “prosper” or “wealth” (發 – short for “發財”, Pinyin: fā). There is also a visual resemblance between two digits, “88”, and 囍, the “shuāng xĭ” (“double joy”), a popular decorative design composed of two stylized characters 喜 (“xĭ” meaning “joy” or “happiness”). The number 8 is viewed as such an auspicious number that even being assigned a number with several eights is considered very lucky. To give you an idea about the obsession that Chinese have with the number 8, here are a few interesting facts:
Most airlines, including United Airlines, KLM, Air Canada, Cathay Pacific and Singapore airlines reserve their flight numbers starting with 8 for flights to Asian destinations, especially China and Korea.
A telephone number with all digits being eights was sold for USD $270,723 in Chengdu, China.
The opening ceremony of the Summer Olympics in Beijing began on 8/8/08 at 8 seconds and 8 minutes past 8 pm local time (UTC+08).
A man in Hangzhou offered to sell his license plate reading A88888 for RMB 1.12 million (roughly $164,000 USD).
The Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia each have 88 Floors.
Even the online poker and casino operator 888 Holdings (owner of 888.com) chose its brand carefully to attract Asian gamblers.
9. The number 9 (九, Pinyin: jiŭ, jyutping: gau2), was historically associated with the Emperor of China, and the number was frequently used in matters relating to the Emperor. It also symbolizes harmony.
Domain names serve to identify Internet resources, such as computers, networks, and services, with a text-based label that is easier to memorize than the numerical addresses used in the Internet protocols. A domain may represent entire collections of such resources or individual instances. Individual Internet host computers use domain names as host identifiers. The term host name is also used for the leaf labels in the domain name system, usually without further subordinate domain name space. Host names appear as a component in Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) for Internet resources such as web sites.
It is also used as simple identification labels to indicate ownership or control of a resource. Such examples are the realm identifiers used in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), the Domain Keys used to verify DNS domains in e-mail systems, and in many other Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs).
Its important function is to provide easily recognizable and memorizable names to numerically addressed Internet resources. This abstraction allows any resource to be moved to a different physical location in the address topology of the network, globally or locally in an intranet. Such a move usually requires changing the IP address of a resource and the corresponding translation of this IP address to and from its domains.
Domain names are used to establish a unique identity. Organizations can choose a domain name that corresponds to their name, helping Internet users to reach them easily.
A generic domain is a name that defines a general category, rather than a specific or personal instance, for example, the name of an industry, rather than a company name. Some examples of generic names are books.com, music.com, and travel.info. Companies have created brands based on generic names, and it may be valuable.
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Intercapping is often used to emphasize the meaning of a website. However, DNS are not case-sensitive, and some names may be misinterpreted in certain uses of capitalization. For example: Who Represents, a database of artists and agents, chose whorepresents.com which can be misread as whore presents. Similarly, a therapists’ network is named therapistfinder.com. In such situations, the proper meaning may be clarified by use of hyphens in it. For instance, Experts Exchange, a programmers’ discussion site, for a long time used expertsexchange.com, but ultimately changed the name to experts-exchange.com.