Editorial : China’s domain over-speculation is hurting the domain industry

‘Tis the season for December’s editorial here at DomainGang, and this time it’s about China and domains. China’s grappling with an astounding growth in construction and technology, while suffering from social pitfalls as the world’s largest nation. With a population of almost 1.4 billion people, China’s economy is fueled by a massive inventory of consumers; […]

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Chinese domain market : WeChat censoring group chats, so why do domainers trust it?

WeChat, the Chinese multi-function app by Tencent, has been censoring the private messages of its users, both in China and in other countries. Phones registered in China but used in other countries contain unique id numbers, allowing the WeChat application to enforce the censoring of words that the Chinese government imposes. Censorship is no longer […]

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Dear Chinese domainers : CRZ.com is *still* not for sale

In October of last year, we shared our discovery of an entertaining web page, dedicated to sharing inquiries for the domain CRZ.com. An acronym of its owner’s full name, Christopher Robin Zimmerman, the aged three letter domain has been receiving offers to sell, non-stop. Naturally, the owner does not want to sell, and continues to […]

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Chinese domain market report : China Culture web site launched

China boasts several millennia of cultural existence; the world’s most populous country is proud of its history and heritage. To better share this with the rest of the world, Chinese officials just announced the launch of a redesigned web site, ChinaCulture.org. The newly updated website will specialize in sharing cultural exchange information in Chinese and […]

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Chinese domain market sales : Speculative frenzy once again

Western analysts have been placing emerging markets such as China under a financial microscope these days. The speculative frenzy that led to the boom in 2014 and the big crash of 2015 is once again raising its ugly head. According to Bloomberg: “In mid-2014, facing a hot housing market, increased corporate indebtedness and a reluctance […]

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