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Chinese domain market : May 31st is doomsday for domainers in China

Welcome to the Sunday edition of the Chinese domain market report. May 31st is “doomsday” in China, and domain investors in particular. Major cloud providers, such as Alibaba, have provided a government-issued warning, that user verification must complete before then. The process entails providing credentials to match domains with the real names of their owners. […]

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Ragazzo Greciano : Super Mario domains to become huge investment by 2027

Ragazzo Greciano, an established domain analysis expert from Napoli, Italy, prepared the latest report about the future of domain investing. Leveraging technology reports about online games and the proliferation of VR gadgets and teledildonics, Greciano’s report predicts how “Super Mario” domain names will increase in value in the next decade. “I play video game, Super […]

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Chinese domain market sales : Sunday doldrums

This will have to be the shortest Chinese domain market report in a long time, on this very fine Sunday afternoon. The summer doldrums have arrived rather early, and the Chinese domain sales volume has trickled down. Domainer activity in China is mandated by the economy’s fluctuations and the stock market’s performance. This year has […]

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Chinese domain market sales : Get ready for a hot summer!

China‘s economy is about to roam into Q2/2016 and memories of last year’s stock market crash come to mind. This summer is expected to be extremely hot in China, both literally and for the economy. Standard & Poors changed its outlook for China’s credit rating to negative, due to a slower than expected move towards […]

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Chinese domain sales : Lots of tools in the box to juice it up!

China’s economy is fighting like a dragon, but it’s the Year of the Monkey; lots of wasted time during week-long celebrations has been followed by disappointing financial reports. The Chinese government is now stepping in with measures that will hopefully stimulate China’s economy. Whether this will work, and how fast, is uncertain. What is certain, […]

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