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100.com: Perfect number goes on sale

One hundred (100) is a perfect number and the matching .com domain, 100.com, is now up for sale. Registered in 1996, 100.com has been in the possession of Chinese registrants since late 2013. At the time, its Australian registrant sold it, according to...
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Ji.com : Former FMA #domain asset has been sold

The two letter (LL) .com domain JI.com (ji.com) has been sold via the Chinese domain brokerage firm 62.com. Formerly owned by Future Media Architects (FMA) a decade ago, the domain changed hands according to its broker, who announced the closing of the...
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Why are websites in China decreasing?

The number of websites in China is falling even though new businesses are growing. Earlier this week, I wrote about how digital consumers will drive demand for domains in China. Today, I’ll explore why website growth isn’t keeping up with China’s internet population. Domains are meant to be used for building websites. The more companies […]

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Digital consumers will drive demand for domains in China

Kassey Lee examines the growth of internet users and consumers in China.  Many companies buy a domain to operate a digital store to sell products or services to consumers. These stores need consumers. The more consumers you have and the more affluent they are, the more demand for domains you can expect in the long […]

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MMX’s year marked by terrible renewals

MMX saw its revenue dip in 2020, and it reported shocking renewal rates at two of its highest-volume gTLDs, according to the company’s annual financial results, published this morning. The portfolio registry, which is in the process of selling of...
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A dragon with a “cart” head and its implication for domain investment

China may rule e-commerce. I was reading news the other day and was intrigued by a picture posted on Economist.com. It reveals a dragon rearing its head, which is not of the usual kind but a shopping cart. The article says that “it is in China, not the West, where the future of e-commerce is […]

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A small history lesson and its implication on domain investment

Kassey Lee discusses China’s rise and what it means for domain investing. After listening to an interview with billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio (Ray Dalio: CHINA Town Hall 2020), I have started paying attention to what he says about China. After all, Dalio helped China create the nation’s stock markets in the late 1980s. […]

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