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Chinese domain market exploding with 500 meter telescope tool

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The Chinese Ta Ma De Gan telescope.

The Chinese domain market has been exploding with activity in recent weeks.

Strong indicators, such as the increase of average LLLL .com spam email offerings from $200 a pop to $227.50 dollars – depending on the USD/Yuan exchange rate – show that China is the place where the next big thing will happen.

The unstoppable appetite of the Chinese for letter and digit domains will only increase, as a new tool that locates loose domains is under construction.

The 500 meter (1500 feet) round Ta Ma De Gan telescope in the Guizhou Province Valley, promises to improve the life of Chinese domain investors.

“Best find domain, with sky reflection signal, is what Guizhou Province Valley radio telescope, fast delivery,” says Xiong Dong, a scientist overseeing the project.

“First LL, then LLL, then LLLL, then NN, then NNN, then NNNN, all find. We include battery, no toxic!” exclaimed Xiong Dong, pointing to the construction site.

The Ta Ma De Gan Guizhou Province Valley telescope will be available for use by domain investors at affordable rates in early 2016.

Until then, just visit Guta.com for up to date domain brokerage service for the Chinese domain market.

 


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One Response to “Chinese domain market exploding with 500 meter telescope tool”
  1. I’m quite hopeful that Trump can build an even bigger and better domain tracking telescope tool, on time and under budget. We domainers could sure use it.

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