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#HugeDomains sold the emotionally charged #domain name, FuckChina.com

China‘s government is attempting to rewrite the history behind the Coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China, via the use of well-crafted propaganda.

In that sense, many people outside of China are tempted to express their sentiment using the phrase “Fuck China.”

Registered in 2015, the domain name FuckChina.com was in the possession of HugeDomains. It appears that the biggest private domain holder in the world has sold the domain sometime last week.

The domain is now forwarding to FuckeyChina.com, that was registered on April 9. That web site displays a cart to buy stickers and caps with a “Fuck China” message.

How much did the domain FuckChina.com sell for?

According to cached data from the landing sales page of FuckChina.com, it was sold for $5,295 dollars.

Although the domain is pointed to FuckeyChina.com, it remains registered at NameBright, but its expiration date changed from 2020 to 2021 in the past week, indicating that a sale took place.

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4 Responses to “#HugeDomains sold the emotionally charged #domain name, FuckChina.com”
  1. BullS says:

    FuckChina—does not make sense, it is not the people of China at fault , it is the communist party , the leader

    FuckTrump or FuckJinping dot com that make sense.

  2. Michael says:

    That was quite a steal, actually 😉

  3. Kissku says:

    It is upsetting that they are even using fake news. Like there is a CNN screenshot circulating in on Chinese internet where CNN states the virus came from China. Their goal is simply to put the idea into the people’s had, that it may have NOT come from China, nationalist Chinese will accept it as a fact.

  4. Malnasi says:

    This means that my FuckC19.com might be more valuable than I thought.

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