Welcome to today’s Domain Movers, where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions as they happen and report the findings to you.

Today’s list isn’t the biggest but it still contains interesting information.

DXC.com has been acquired by a currently unknown MarkMonitor client. The domain name was for sale on Uniregistry and has since transferred to MarkMonitor under the generic whois data DNStination Inc. The domain was owned by Six Red Dice, Sam Dennis. It seem fairly rare these … Read the rest

Welcome to Domain Movers where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions (and valuable domains in general) and reports the early findings to you. We heavily rely on whois data to present the most accurate information, so 95% of the time we are spot on and once in a great while we miss the mark.

Here we go with the latest:

GoDaddy has sold 5, 2 letter .net domain names. Those were: TY.net, MK.net, CG.net, LX.net and FZ.net. … Read the rest

Global Internet Services Ltd. has acquired an extremely rare domain name, G.org from GoDaddy, out of its NameFind domain name portfolio for an undisclosed amount.

I always expected Google to buy this domain or for GoDaddy to keep it for use but in the end, that didn’t happen.


GoDaddy acquired the domain name from the Elite Domains portfolio they acquired in April 2016 for $40+ million.

The Elite Domains portfolio contained a total of 4, single character domain names:

  1. G.org
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This morning I made a discovery and noticed the domain name 2.co was listed for sale on GoDaddy’s NameFind website. After doing some more research, I noticed a large amount of premium .co domain names were listed on GoDaddy’s NameFind site on January 4, 2017.

After further research, I am confident that GoDaddy has acquired the premium domains held by the .co registry (likely ALL of the remaining ones they held). GoDaddy was not very “open” with these domains as … Read the rest

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