I have never heard Aman talk about empowering any domain investor with micro loans. I think that is more your mandate, and I believe Aman’s is empowering results for Godaddy shareholders, and like he did at Expedia with orbitz and a few other acquisitions it is through growth, and integrations of these units to supplement niches where they fall short to encourage growth. Godaddy wants paying customers who want to maybe start their own business online, and they want to offer the total package tool set to start, and maintain those businesses, along with the monthly revenue stream of those services. They are not looking to make 1000% trying to sell you a domain, and be done with you, They want you to get your right domain at a fair market price, and use their services to run your company online. They want to be that full package partner; and once they have you. It’s impossible to shift anything anywhere else, you just get comfortable with their email, hosting, bookkeeping etc... Your passion for liquidity thru domain loans is more self inflicted, you won’t get them on board, today, just keep innovating, and chipping away, at those developing country user bases, and hopefully they notice, but loaning on domains is still high risk, and defaults leave bad tastes; and bad reviews online.