The VP of China's oldest and largest online domain investor community weighs in on price trends, possible effect of regulation on the market, and tips for western domainers.
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This is a 7 minute video feature produced by ChopChop.domains on the world's first domain name themed coffee shop, China.VC, located in the Haidian district of Beijing. This district alone contains 3.2 million inhabitants in the capital city of 22 million, and is known to be a center of innovation and hotbed for startup activity.
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We had the pleasure of conducting an Interview on 22 March 2016 with Daniel Chen, Chairman of 190.com, based in Shenzhen, China.
Mr. Chen stated that in 2015 his organization spent about $20 million acquiring domain names, and in particular acquired about 7,000 non-vowel LLLL.com names.
Mr. Pinkard 'Pinky' Brand 柏平凯
V.P. 副总裁, TLD Registry Ltd. 域通联达
Mr. Jin Wang 王瑨
G.M. China 中国区总经理 , TLD Registry Ltd. 域通联达
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We sat down for tea and a long proper chat about the domain name investing climate with China's 'Domain Captain', Mr. Peibi Wang 王培陛, CEO of YMQ.cn, at his Beijing office.
This video is just a short (less than 5 minutes) excerpt from that 90 minute discussion. Arto asked a lot of questions, and our colleague Luke provided the interpretation.
Follow along and get some sense of how one of the of the most successful domain investors in China operates.