Josh makes an excellent point in his most recent recap. There are many variables that determine the price of a 6N.com. Of course, a zero and a four knock the value down. Double 88s at the beginning or the end can really drive the price up. Triple numbers can skyrocket the value as shown here 315888.com (over $8K and climbing) and here 138666.com (over $2.3K and climbing). What I’m showing is the average of the sales reported on Chaomi.cc (and soon to include other data). I’m able to separate the 6Ns containing a zero or four from the rest, but beyond that, it is an average of everything. There were over 160 reported sales on Chaomi.cc for 6Ns without a zero or four yesterday. So there is plenty of data to feel good about the average price ($157 by the way). Sure, 367892.com sold for $753 (I guess 4 sequential numbers is good too), but 571259.com sold for $141. In fact, most of them sell closer to the bottom of the scale. The best sell for more, because they are rare. Eventually, I hope to have enough data to kick out trends on patterns, but I don’t have that yet.
Most of the descriptions are easily understood, but just in case there are questions:
N = Numeric
I = Initial (a letter not including a,e,i,o,u,v)
C = Character (any number or letter)