Chinese domain market : No more Bitcoin exchanges in China

China is getting ready to pull the plug on local Bitcoin exchanges, a step beyond ICO banning.

The Chinese government is an unstoppable machine that regulates the Internet in China, hiding many Western service companies behind the Great Firewall.

By ending the activity of local Bitcoin exchanges, China intends to strengthen its control and regulation of the Chinese economy, ensuring stability for the Yuan. It’s what defines “Communist Capitalism,” after all.

Bitcoin took a beating, trading below $4,000 USD currently, according to

Meanwhile, the Chinese domain market retains its healthy pace post-summer.

The increased volume of domain transactions is matched by an upwards trend for “Chinese premium letters” in LLLL .com domains.

We keep track of domains between 1 to 4 characters that change hands among the Chinese, for the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Today’s domain list spans August 31st to September 13th, 2017, and contains 1219 domain names:

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