I've been getting a lot of question about CNTC so hopefully I can get you all off my back.
CN Trade Centre is no more. The owner moved halfway across the world and CTNC was not one of the things he decided to keep.
CNTC was probably the most revolutionary tool to be developed since MFO's calcs. It put a powerful trade tool into the hands of the individual. Unfortunately, by the time we shut it down, pea-brained "trade coordinator" bureaucrats had managed to destroy its usefulness the same way they've done with every other trade hub: By refusing to follow the rules and clogging it with hundreds of nations who had no idea they had been registered, had no intention of joining the circle when notice came, and ceased to exist two weeks after these little badge-wearers had done their dirty deed.
For those of you who benefited from CNTC, I'm glad you got the experience, and thanks for being part of the success of the system. For those of you who registered any nation other than your own, jump off a cliff. No, seriously. For those of you who got burned, I'm sorry that a few numbskulls screwed it up for everyone; we tried our best to keep the circles clear of ghosts, but we were literally facing hundreds a month.
Smithy, MrWhite, and OcUK, you did a huge service. This was a masterpiece the likes of which I doubt we'll see again. Thank you for doing it for all of us, and thanks for letting me have a hand in helping.