Is a domain name worth something if it’s just traded amongst investors with limited potential value to an end user?
Three letter .com domain names are very popular right now, with prices increasing significantly over the past year.
Much of the demand comes from domain traders in China. China itself is experiencing a bubble in tech stocks that rivals (or surpasses) the NASDAQ 15 years ago…perhaps including the ensuing bust.
Will the value of three letter .com domains face a similar fate to other assets that have rapidly increased in value? Or is there underlying value in these domain names that will cause them to continue to appreciate?
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