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Definition of domain "chips" and "chinese chips"

Labeled as question in Chinese Domain Discussion, started by HKIBC, Oct 2, 2016

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  1. HKIBC

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    What's the definition, hereabouts, of a 5L.com "chip"? Are my domains agyta.com and nahty.com - currently on auction - "chips" or not?

    Are there 5L .NET and .ORG "chips"? What of all the other extensions?

    How about LLLL.com "chips"? Are they all chips?

    What about LLLL's in the other extensions - .NET, .ORG, .CO... .XYZ?

    What of calling any 5L.com with a meaningless sequence of letters or 5- 6- 7- 8- ( where does it end?) digits - "Chinese chips"?
     
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  2. domeen

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    CHIP is 4 letter "chinese premium" .com domain. PERIOD!! No buts nothing.

    5 letters is not CHIP. No .net is chip.
     
  3. HKIBC

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    Hey, I just call 'em how I see 'em ;) Everyone has gone 5L.com "chip" crazy around here, with every other auction post selling "chips" or "chinese chips"!
     
  4. domeen

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    noone buys this so called "chips", there where some Chinese idiots who thought they will rule the internet. But thats it.
     

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