Numerics and acronyms are hot and seemingly increase in price by the week (and sometimes day).
Three, four and five number numerics (like 98569.com recently sold for $5,079) have increased in price so quickly that now eight numbers (like 33772211.com recently sold for $380) are now being registered. Even five letters are selling for hundreds (like hyhhh.com recently sold for $686).
In this DomainSherpa Discussion:
- Are we experiencing too much growth in too fast a time period?
- Is this type of growth sustainable?
- Is this a domain name bubble that’s going to pop?
- Should you stay clear of this investment?
- And much more!
We discuss these questions and more with Sherpas Andrew Rosener, Frank Schilling and Shane Cultra.
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