Are you kidding? Who's going to use words from a conlang to pick a domain name? Well, tokii.com did. Also, tokii is on twiter. The appear to be a small internet media company.
Did toki pona create any value in the domain name market? Well, going by the market value of the English equivalent of unpa.com, one would think that there would be something interesting at unpa.com. There isn't. Similarly, one should think that mani.com, esun.com would be as valuable as business.com
What government controls .tp? The top level domain tp used to be Portuguese Timor, which is now East Timor. The old .tp is on reserve should Portugal succeed in reconquering East Timor.
How does this work? I looked up the DNS entries for all of these domain names. As you can see, some of these domains are still available (i.e. no IP address next to the URL). The results are cached because it takes forever to generate this page. I removed all 1 and 2 letter domains from the list because a.com isn't likely to be available, nor e.com, o.com and I don't think anyone cares. The IP address means that the DNS server thinks there is a machine at the associated with that domain name, but not necessarily an interesting or working one.
nena suli! All the good ones are taken! Worry not! I would be shocked if even 0.01% of all the 15,000 or so two word toki pona domain names are taken. Including, unpapona.com, nenasuli.com, etc.
This is a fan site. The creator of toki pona is jan Sonja
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