When it comes down to short domains, Q.com is above ultra-premium; both single letter AND of the “Chinese premium” variety.
Whether it’s worth seven figures or more, it’s impossible to assess, as it’s owned by mega-corporation, CenturyLink, formerly known as Qwest Communications.
The domain Q.com was created in 1999, after at least 7 years of being reserved by the IANA.
As a premium, single letter .com domain, it’s interesting that it’s also being used to manage other domains, considerably longer in size.
About three dozen domains are managed by an email address under Q.com, and these are some of the longest, 12 characters and up:
For what it’s worth, CenturyLink controls more than 3,600 domain names, and many aren’t pointed anywhere.
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