Chinese domain market sales weekend recap : China Jewelry Corp scam video

Chinese domain sales report.

Chinese domain sales report.

Weekends in China are short; the Chinese bank employees often work hard to ensure that the week ahead produces the results expected.

China’s government exerts a tight control over the country’s financials. Communist Capitalism is the way of the 2010’s and although it wasn’t always like this, China is by far the world’s 2nd largest economy.

Not everything is drenched in “doom and gloom” scenarios.

During NamesCon, the kind folks at CNNIC expressed great optimism over the country’s future, and gleefully accepted our compliments about China’s history, culture and ancient past with excess pride.

Like Donald Trump, we love China. We just don’t like the amount of government intervention, corruption and inability to curb environmental pollution.

Domain names and the Chinese have been the focus for the past year at least; founder, George Hong shared his predictions about the Year of the Monkey early on, and we respect his remarks.

Why do we keep track of short domain sales in China, of between 2 to 4 characters in length and only .CN and .COM ?

Because even the Chinese don’t care for longer domains, unless they mean something obvious in Pinyin, or can transliterate directly from numbers. As for the new, exotic ccTLDs and gTLDs. Forgetaboutit.

Today’s list of Chinese domain market sales is typical of a weekend exchange among the Chinese. Relax, things will only get better. We promise.

In other news, Scamalot is a YouTube video series produced by Mashable. In this episode, our guy scams the scammers at China Jewelry Corp, with tongue-in-cheek humor that only the British can deliver.

Watch the video! 😀

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