Domain sales:, moved to #China, to Israel

LL .com domains are popular in China.

Who said the Chinese don’t like short domains with vowels?

Chinese domain investors have acquired the premium domain names and

Registered in 1994 and 1997 respectively, the two short domains were brokered by

Liu Xiaosheng, founder of, mentioned the two sales on Twitter:

A transition of top level domain have been completed by, another premium domain have been sold as well. Good job my team !

Referencing the sale, domain investor, George Kirikos, announced the current percentage of two letter .com domains currently in Chinese hands:

By my count, registrants from China now own 216 of the 676 2-letter dot-com domains (32.0%). USA ownership declines to 302 (44.7%).

Kirikos also unveiled the sale of the premium two letter .com domain,, to an Israeli corporation, ironSource. The company acquired a rare, two letter word .com, registered in 1992.

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