In the US, people keep on talking about the bad economy but China – the world’s emerging market and creator of technology – is much worse; the yuan is artificially devalued. It appears that the prospective Chinese buyer of the domain name 25.com, wasn’t backed with cash, after all. The $1.5 million offer made on [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The domain name 25.com has been in the limelight recently, not because of its extreme numerical value as a two digit .com. Owned by T.J.Demas, an Internet entrepreneur with a notable affiliation to numerology, 25.com has allegedly received a bid of $1.5 million dollars. That bid, placed on Cax.com – the domain auction marketplace operated [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Due to the huge success of the ever-popular Zynga game, Words With Friends, Francois – the French entrepreneur and owner of Domaining.com – decided to take the game to a whole new level. We spoke with Francois earlier this morning via voicephone from French Telecom. “Play game on Facebook and mobile, words with amis, friends. [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
As of Monday morning 9:00am Paris time, Francois Carrillo – French domainer entrepreneur – is a multi-millionaire, even after hefty French taxes are imposed. In a shocking acquisition that will be talked about for months to come, Francois has sold Domaining.com to the less popular domain news aggregator, NameBee. “So happy, cannot hide! Finally, time [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A retired chocolatier and his wife have announced the availability of a rare, never before seen domain collection in France. Totaling 271 premium quality domains that date from 1986 until 1992, the most prolific era of domain availability, the domains are valued at a staggering $15+ million dollars. The chocolate maker who is in his [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A domain seller on CAX.com on a long vacation caused Francois Carrillo to tag the domains as stolen and removed them from the auctions. It seems that while there were elements of serious suspicion, they could all be explained – had the seller been reachable. Francois sent out this email earlier – which we provide [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.