After the sale of VVVV.com on NameJet for $22,100 I was having a conversation with someone that thought that was a high price since there probably not many uses for the domain. He asked me how many acronyms would there be for the same repeating letter ? I said I thought the name was valuable and that a repeating letter domain goes far beyond four characters.
So I decided to look at every letter in the alphabet from A to Z to see at what point was there an available name with the same repeating letter. I also made probably the most ridiculous hand reg I ever made, I made sure it was .99. The shortest repeating letter available was N, and that was at 10 characters. I regged that name as I just wanted to see what if any traffic, or interest could possibly come.
NNNNNNNNNN.com was registered by a landscaping company from 2003 to 2009 then the name was registered by someone in China and then the name was picked up by Huge Domains of all people. They seemed to register the domain and then I guess cancel it because they registered the domain in 2/13 but there was a new registrant in October of 2013 with a creation date of 10/2013 so it is not like they purchased it from Huge Domains. That registrant dropped it and I regged it.
One letter is taken to the max 63 characters and that is the letter W, interestingly W to the 63rd position is taken in .net and .org as well. The .com version actually redirects to a .bz domain.
h 16 updated Jan 1 9 H’s.com is now available
w Nothing available