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KG.com : Heavyweight LL .com domain sold to Chinese buyers

Another day, another LL .com domain has been sold: KG.com moved to Chinese ownership two days ago. According to Canadian domain investor, George Kirikos, KG.com was sold by domain investor, Jay Westerdal, and Domain Holdings was brokering it. Kirikos monitors the percentage of two letter .com domains, a premium genre, that’s in the hands of […]

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XF.com is for sale and the price is in the millions of dollars!

Super premium, two letter .com domain, XF.com is up for sale. Aron Meystedt, the owner of XF.com, used it for several years for his personal, services-oriented web site, XF Investments. Meystedt recently rebranded to Napkin.com. Registered in 1994, XF.com is being offered for sale for the first time ever. The price: $3.5 million dollars. Without […]

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Two letter domains : HH.com sold to the Chinese

Another day, another premium two letter .com domain headed to China. HH.com moved away from Hecker Law and into the hands of one of China’s biggest investors of such domains, 62.com. Domain investor, George Kirikos, noticed the change and remarked about the latest stats involving LL .com domains: “By my count, Chinese registrants own 166 […]

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Rightside has sold over 400 two letter domain names

Average sales price is over $1,000 and they come with premium renewals. Rightside began offering two-letter domain names under its 40 top level domain names back in September. The company has sold 416 of these domain names to date, the company told Domain Name Wire. The total revenue from these domains is $483,130, or an […]

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Two letters : FO.com fails to sell at NameJet

Premium two letter domain, FO.com, failed to sell at NameJet earlier today. Priced with a reserve at between $600,001 and $700,000 dollars, the premium, ultra-short domain attracted a total of 185 bids from 178 bidders. Of those bidders, 5 made bids in the six figure range; the auction for FO.com ended at $535,000 dollars. NameJet […]

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