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Two 2-letter .com #domains acquired by #Chinese registrants; FMA sold one of them

LL .com domains are popular in China.

Two 2-letter .com domains, the cream of the crop of domain brevity, changed hands in the past 24 hours.

DF.com, a domain registered in 1993, turned up in our alerts of DNS changes, moving from a California registrant to someone in China. The transaction was completed by using the Chinese Ename escrow.

Today, domain investor George Kirikos announced that ZV.com also changed hands, and went to the Chinese as well.

The domain was registered in 1996 and was sold by Elequa of Future Media Architects (FMA.)

According to George Kirikos who keeps track of ownership records for two letter .com domains, registrants from China now own 179 of the 676 2-letter dot-com domains, or 26.5%.

While the Chinese domain market for short domains has slowed down, two-letter .com domains retain their valuable position in the domain economy.

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