(PRWEB) April 22, 2008
Did you ever want to own a premium domain but were hesitant to spend hundreds of thousands of Dollars on a single name?
This week, you can buy a part of name. Fusu, the Domain Stock Exchange, makes fractional ownership of domains possible and affordable to everyone, by providing a trading platform for domain shares.
FI.org is currently in a Fusu Initial Domain Offering (IDO) Auction, allowing investors to bid on shares of the name. With one day to go until the end of the auction, there is already a number of bids valuing the domain at $100,000.
FI.org is a premium two letter name, a category that is traded on the domain aftermarket for six figure amounts per name due to the rarity of possible combinations. The domain is currently parked, earning $20 to $30 per day. That advertising revenue will be paid out as monthly dividend to all shareholders.
The IDO Auction for Encrypt.com is scheduled to start Monday, April 28th, 2008. With an initial value of $75,000, the domain offers excellent profit potential to investors.
The short past of Fusu has already demonstrated what returns can be made from fractional ownership of domains: Investors who bought shares of KPY.com made 55-80% when the domain was sold three months after being listed on Fusu.
Fusu is the world's first Domain Stock Exchange. Founded in 2007 and launched in February 2008, its mission is to bring fractional ownership through a liquid, professionally run financial Exchange to the domain industry.