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

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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 obvious: no warnings are issued, but words and phrases are removed silently instead.

This is a huge demonstration of the amount of intrusion the Chinese government is imposing – a manifestation of a Big Brother state.

Why would domain investors trust WeChat, if it complies with such extreme and unwarranted government control?

WeChat is essentially a monopoly among Chinese users, the result of strict regulation that seeks all competing apps, such as Messenger, to store their data in servers within China.

For most Western countries, this is both impossible and unacceptable, and they opt not to do business in China.

The Chinese domain market is ending its downhill course through 2016 with a blip here and there, but overall, volume has dropped since a year ago, along with median prices.

We keep track of short domains, between 2 to 4 characters in length, for the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Due to the drop in overall trading volume, we post updates every few days. Today’s list spans December 1st to December 5th.

6j.cn
crg.cn
kry.cn
xlm.cn
ye.com
zfx.cn
883.com
bcln.cn
bdrg.cn
bzbn.cn
czzd.cn
dbbq.cn
dbdj.cn
dkx.com
gbbs.cn
gymq.cn
gymr.cn
jhzh.cn
jmyc.cn
kyrc.cn
ljjs.cn
llct.cn
lwq.com
mcll.cn
mrxf.cn
ncyc.cn
nfr.com
npsl.cn
nswd.cn
nybm.cn
pjl.com
pwz.com
qjjz.cn
qkz.com
qzn.com
qznf.cn
rsds.cn
rzrb.cn
sjrb.cn
smjp.cn
stcl.cn
sxfn.cn
wxps.cn
wxpz.cn
wxrq.cn
wyfj.cn
wygh.cn
xcmj.cn
xnnj.cn
xnrw.cn
xsdk.cn
xwcj.cn
ydjl.cn
ydk.com
yhtc.cn
ywnb.cn
yzyh.cn
zdxc.cn
zlhg.cn
0794.com
2211.com
3591.com
4321.com
5831.com
6242.com
6539.com
7129.com
7195.com
7338.com
7451.com
7739.com
8031.com
8948.com
9093.com
9899.com
9910.com
9960.com
bscg.com
dcrw.com
dgry.com
djxs.com
fgjy.com
fgyn.com
fppy.com
frpw.com
fstq.com
glhw.com
gynp.com
gyws.com
hcnk.com
hfpj.com
hxnh.com
jbrz.com
kgcf.com
kmql.com
kmqt.com
kmzf.com
kpwj.com
kqdb.com
kwfw.com
kzqq.com
lbkk.com
lhxt.com
lkbt.com
lpjr.com
lqmm.com
lrhh.com
lwln.com
mfbx.com
mhkf.com
mhsx.com
mpkf.com
mqyg.com
mrfz.com
mwtk.com
mywq.com
mzpd.com
mzxg.com
ngdk.com
nhxk.com
nkfn.com
pbhy.com
pbkp.com
pdhx.com
pdjn.com
pfjg.com
pfty.com
pfwp.com
pgbx.com
pgkf.com
pgtb.com
pjch.com
pjtt.com
pkhp.com
pktn.com
plwh.com
pnzt.com
prjm.com
ptjb.com
ptwr.com
pwcx.com
pwft.com
pybt.com
pybz.com
pyfh.com
pyhh.com
pylk.com
pyml.com
pzrn.com
pzsb.com
pztl.com
qcwc.com
qdnp.com
qfnc.com
qgcs.com
qggc.com
qlnf.com
rppx.com
rwff.com
ryxn.com
rzms.com
sbpz.com
srqt.com
tbkl.com
tdhq.com
wkzr.com
wpwz.com
wryx.com
wyqt.com
wywc.com
wywr.com
xfpl.com
xlxy.com
xnsr.com
xszl.com
xzwf.com
ychg.com
yhns.com
zfrh.com
zhfk.com
zkrd.com
zqpm.com
ztrs.com
zxgp.com
zzzm.com

Naturally, the last few weeks of the year will experience an increase in the number of domains changing hands.

Note the sale of YE.com, another LL .com domain in the hands of the Chinese.


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