1. webmaster75

    Registrar: Dynadot LLC Registered On:2020-05-05 Expires On:2023-05-05 Transfer method: only PUSH Payment: Epik escrow / / Sedo PM with your offer for DAO Chinese: “way,” “road,” “path,” “course,” “speech,” or “method”)Wade-Giles romanization tao, the fundamental concept of...
  2. JulienJ

    Is .Com still king in China?

    Kassey Lee analyzes new data about domain name and website usage in China. Is .com still king in China? How important is .cn? Is there any other extension worth watching in China? These are questions many domain investors may have in their minds. To answer these questions, I turn to the annual...
  3. JulienJ

    Changes to China’s domain name system

    The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) of China recently announced a structural change to the country’s domain name system. Here we are offering a quick translation and explanation of the announcement. Please rest assured that it doesn’t affect how domain names are...
  4. JulienJ

    China: After Banning Exchanges, Authorities Move To Close ‘Exchange-Like Services’

    Chinese authorities are quietly stepping up a crackdown on cryptocurrency exchanges to include“market-making” platforms and similar services, according to anonymous sources cited by Bloomberg in an article Monday, Jan. 15. As attention focuses on South Korea’s regulatory battle with...
  5. domainking131

    Chinese Might be Able to Trade Bitcoin Again Soon

    19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the most important conference in China this year, ended on Oct. 24. With the end of the conference, some temporary regulations and policies are canceled as well. Among the regulations, the shutdown of Bitcoin trading in China might be one...
  6. domainking131

    With BTCChina Ready to Stop Withdrawals, China Bitcoin Gates are Closing

    On Oct. 23, BTCChina, the largest Bitcoin trading platform in China, has updated an announcement that it will shut down the exchange business and stop providing withdrawal services on Oct. 30. For speeding up its shutdown, BTCChina is going to adjust the withdrawal transaction fee to remind and...
  7. domainking131

    From LinkedIn to Chinese domain names

    I use LinkedIn almost everyday. It is the only foreign social network that I know has entered China successfully. Its growth has been explosive — being propelled by Chinese executives eager to connect with the outside world. I like this trend so much that I have started writing about domain...
  8. domainking131

    Chaomi.CC gets a striking replicator at

    Chaomi.CC is the Chinese domestic domain market price ticker. The data gets updated every half an hour and works like a stock market ticker. It helps us to understand what’s going on in the Chinese market real time. The news is that it gets a competitor at loads much faster...
  9. domainking131

    Domain names and branding the Chinese way

    Lately I’ve been thinking about the idea of branding the Chinese way. As I understand it, branding is about associating products or services with a name. Global brands such as Nike spend million dollars every year in advertising and promotion so that when I think running shoes I think Nike or...
  10. domainking131

    eName is now a public company

    Chinese domain name company goes public. China consultancy Allegravita has translated eName’s press release about going public. You can read the translation in full here (pdf). Some highlights include: – at year-end 2015, domain registration income was CNY215 million, taking up 82.94% of...
  11. domainking131

    .com approved in China, but on April 5?

    Yesterday was the watershed moment in the history of .com in China. Almost every Chinese news outlet reported that the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) had approved Verisign as the registry for .com and .net in China. Unfortunately, no link to the source of the announcement...
  12. domainking131

    Chinese End-users are Fond of “N+mall” Domains in Mall Times

    To carry out better brand building and promotion, recently a domestic leading B2B2C open platform officially announced that it will launch its new domain name Before this, its name was, although compared to it differs for just one letter in length, is...
  13. domainking131

    All about China with Raymond Li and Simon Cousins

    What you need to know about China’s market for domain names. How has peer-to-peer lending driven the Chinese domain name market craze? Can you trust domain name auction results in China? What’s real name verification all about? Simon Cousins and Raymond Li of Allegrativa answer these questions...
  14. domainking131

    Frank Schilling’s speech and interview at World Domain Conference

    Schilling has visited China many times. What he sees right now happening in China is like the 30s in the US: people are full of passion, optimism, and hope. There is so much entrepreneurial spirit floating around. It’s truly an exciting time in China. He thinks a lot of important events will...
  15. domainking131

    China’s bulls and bears

    According to World Domain Conference 2016, China now accounts for more than 40% of the global sales of domain names. Will China continue to grow and remain important? I think so, because the fundamentals are very good, as follows: 1. Large internet population. China has over 700 million...
  16. domainking131

    Dot CC credible with some end users but adoption puzzling

    Among the 300 best new startups, five have built their businesses on .cc, followed by .net (4), .me (3), and .tv (2). In the western world, .cc is seldom heard but the other three are popular choices. China now paints a different picture — .cc may be emerging as a credible extension ahead of the...
  17. domainking131

    Direct traffic is No. 1 in China

    Numbers don’t lie. They tell you direction, and the direction is up. I’m talking about the importance and therefore the value of domain names in China. Baidu has released the latest (April) numbers on how Internet users come to a website, and the trend is very favorable to domain names. VISIT...
  18. domainking131

    Warning and advice from a Chinese domain investor

    Warning: (1) Bulk trading has no truth because of the burden of renewal, so the boom of 2015 will not come again. (2) Weixin is eating websites (domain names). Weixin public accounts have quickly grown to 15 millions — much more than the 4.2m Chinese websites developed since 1984. Companies...
  19. domainking131

    China may be the largest domain market

    As reported by eName, the auction in the 2016 Global Domain Industry Summit held in Hangzhou, China brought in over 300m CNY of domain sales. That is about 46m USD! I don’t remember if I’ve come across any auction sales of such magnitude, so I did some checking of old news about auction sales...
  20. domainking131

    How Will a Chinese Economic Hard Landing Impact Domain Investors?

    I’ve taken a great deal of interest in the Chinese economy of late and I’ve written a number of articles that outline how everything is not so good in the dragon nation. Debt continues to skyrocket, GDP is levelling off and there appears to be stockpiles of commodities that are unused. So how is...

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