Sitemap · 2023 Dn.com All Rights Reserved
Domain names have a history spanning 37 years since their inception. As a fundamental part of the internet's infrastructure, they have provided significant convenience to a vast user base. This development has also given rise to the special
Domain names have a history spanning 37 years since their inception. As a fundamental infrastructure of the internet, they have provided immense convenience to users and have given rise to the professional domain investment industry.
Within this industry, numerous domain investment legends have emerged, holding a treasure trove of premium domain names. They have contributed significantly to the domain industry, raising its profile and making it more accessible to a wider audience. Each of these individuals has a fascinating story to tell, and today, let's delve into their world!
1. Cai Wensheng
Cai Wensheng is often referred to as the "Domain King" of China, rumored to own over a hundred thousand internet domain names with a total estimated value exceeding $100 million USD. He began investing in domain names in 2000 and registered a vast number of promising domain names across various industries, including many Chinese place names. Several well-known websites in China use domain names from his collection. He not only sells domain names but has also developed several prominent websites, including the highly successful Meitu.com.
2. Yao Jinbo
Yao Jinbo is the founder and CEO of 58.com, a prominent classifieds website in China. He has also ventured into the domain industry, possessing valuable domains like nihao.com, gupiao.com, jiehun.com, 28.com, 52.com, zp.com, and 67.com, among others. He has sold domains such as 30.com, hupu.com, eguo.com, and ziru.com.
3. Tian Shi (Angel)
Angel is one of China's earliest domain investors, entering the domain market in 1997. He holds thousands of premium domain names and was among the first to understand domain deletion patterns. Some of his notable domains include baiyun.com, tianlong.com, dongfeng.com, xuehua.com, jili.com, and yanhua.com, many of which are top-notch Pinyin domains. He has also sold domains like G.com.cn and tianshi.com.cn.
4. You Xiaodong (Da Dong)
You Xiaodong, also known as Da Dong, owns thousands of premium .cn domain names. He has sold domains like q.cn, 360.cn, guquan.cn, and lianjia.com.cn. Additionally, he has facilitated domain transactions for well-known companies and websites in China.
5. Xu Yang
Xu Yang is rumored to own tens of thousands of domain names, including thousands of premium Pinyin domains. He is the founder and CEO of "Mingyang Net," a top-level domain registrar. He has sold domains like baitiao.com to JD.com and Lian.com, breaking the record for a Chinese two-letter domain sale.
These are just a few of the prominent domain investors in China. The domain investment landscape in China is vibrant and continues to evolve, with many individuals making significant contributions to the industry. Their stories serve as inspiration, showing that with the right vision and action, anyone can become a domain investment expert.
Whether you're a seasoned domain investor or aspiring to enter the domain market, these legends' experiences offer valuable insights and motivation. Perhaps, the next domain investment guru could be you!
29 Feb 2024 11:48:48 AMIndustry Information
The latest European ccTLD Registry Domain Name Report has been released. It covers the global status and registration trends for all top-level domains (legacy gTLDs, new gTLDs and ccTLDs), with a particular focus on the European ccTLD
28 Feb 2024 05:34:47 PMIndustry Information
Apple is said to be preparing to unveil a new Siri along with other AI features, including iWork, at the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in June this year. considering that Microsoft has already introduced AI features to both
28 Feb 2024 12:03:11 PMIndustry Information
ENS plans to pay auction bidders $300,000 to settle the dispute. 88 per cent of the vote approved a payment of $300,000 to ManifoldFinance, which won eth.link in the auction. 62 per cent also authorised a settlement for an amount less
27 Feb 2024 04:02:53 PMIndustry Information
Trader Joe's filed a dispute with WIPO under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), but the domain name owner has said he registered the domain name as a financial trading site for the general public.
The sale of the untimely renewed domain name Dog.ai for $47,150 (roughly Rs. 340,000) earlier this month was void, as the auction winner apparently failed to pay. The domain is currently up for auction with a few days left; there are
Industry Information 27 Feb 2024 11:58:45 AM
The report is based on 145,100 aftermarket domain sales recorded by NameBio in 2023, totaling slightly over $139 million. At least from the NameBio data, it can be seen that the dollar volume of domain market transactions decreased by 21.2%
Industry Information 26 Feb 2024 04:14:39 PM
More exciting domain summits are coming up in 2024. Here are the dates and locations of upcoming domain summits in 2024 across the globe. Let's take a look at these important events.
Domain Summit 26 Feb 2024 12:05:24 PM
According to overseas media, another word domain name Loft.ai has been successfully traded for $50,000 (about RMB 359,000), which was registered in September 2018, with the prefix Loft meaning "loft and small room". The domain name
Industry Information 23 Feb 2024 04:26:36 PM
Recently, two other highly anticipated domain name transactions have also attracted people's attention. The domain "Bet.bet" was sold for $600,000 (approximately 4.3 million RMB), while the numerical and word combination domain Bet789.com
Industry Information 23 Feb 2024 03:17:34 PM
Recent news reports indicate that Meta, Inc., the parent company of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, has filed multiple UDRP cases in defence of its "Meta" trademark. Shortly after the company's domain name was rebranded,
Industry Information 22 Feb 2024 05:57:14 PM