XX.com for sale at 0.1% of Twitter’s acquisition price

When you have a lot of money, you might end up spending it on stupid trades.

In the case of Twitter, Elon Musk agreed to acquire the popular social medium for almost $48 billion dollars.

It was a move that he probably has regretted since, as he tried to walk away from his public offer a few times before lawyers pointed out a few facts of life.

After spending $48 billion, Elon Musk decided that Twitter is now X.com, a shockingly bad rebranding.

Meanwhile, two X’s form a longer domain, XX.com.

The current asking price is $48,888,888 dollars, or approximately 0.1% of the acquisition cost of Twitter. The registrant of XX.com considers offers of at least $38 million dollars and the domain uses Efty landers for its contact form.

Will they be able to achieve that asking price?

Registered in 1994, XX.com is one of only 26 identical two-letter .com domain names.

Of these, the most expensive sale was that of KK. com that sold for $2.3 million, while EE.com sold for $1.35 million dollars. The list ends with MM.com selling for $1.2 million dollars. Source: NameBio.

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One Response to “XX.com for sale at 0.1% of Twitter’s acquisition price”
  1. ray says:

    i wish Rick Schwartz owned it he would have gotten 1 BILLION $

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