2Character.coms are one of the rarest combinations you can find. With only 260 LN.coms and another 260 NL.coms we will take a deep dive in this upcoming series on 2Character.coms.
We start with LN.coms, only 49 reported sales on 43 different LN.coms, a couple have been resold for profit and a few resold for a loss.
|e8.com||88,888 USD||2008-07-02||private sale|
|j5.com||115,000 USD||2017-04-16||Sharjil Saleem|
|j7.com||28,000 USD||2007-12-05||private sale|
|p4.com||30,000 USD||2007-10-31||drt auction|
|p6.com||27,000 USD||2007-11-06||DRT Auction|
a1.com Purchased for $260,250 in 2005. Owned by A1 Telekom Austria group. In a twist that will make new gtld holders happy, the domain redirects to A1.group.
a2.com Owned by direct marketing consulting David Berger.
a3.com A long distance and chat services portal type site.
a4.com Sports apparel provider.
a5.com Managed network services provider.
a6.com Purchased for $34,000 in 2009. Redirects to a6-com.com. Just has a banner in Chinese to Baidu the search engine.
a7.com Firefox/Chrome returns a security warning.
a8.com Chinese music website.
a9.com Amazon owns the domain name and it redirects to Amazon.com.
a0.com Purchased for $13,000 in 2011. Owned by AlphaNumerics, Alphanumerics has developed, and proudly hosts prominent websites, in a variety of niche sectors, including health, mysticism, kids, and sports.
b1.com Does not resolve. Been around the block and looks like it might have been acquired for a large company as it now is at Mark Monitor.
b2.com Owned by Barclays but it does not resolve.
b3.com Purchased for $25,500 in 2011, just a big logo sitting on the site, nothing else.
b4.com Purchased for $26,002 in 2009. Domain name does not resolve.
b5.com Owned by Warner Bros, it promotes Babylon 5.
b6.com Parked page.
b7.com Parked at Voodoo, for sale.
b8.com Redirects to holmrisb8.com, full-service supplier of furniture, interior design.
b9.com Chinese news website.
b0.com Domain name does not resolve.
c1.com Redirects to www—c1.com, looks to be a Chinese lottery website.
c2.com Owned by Cunningham & Cunningham, Inc. a consultancy that specializes in object-oriented programming.
c3.com Owned by Crescent Commercial Corporation, business auctions and liquidations.
c4.com Purchased for $107,500 in 2008. Does not resolve, the nameservers set to FUNPARKTICKETS.COM, that domain name does not resolve either.
c5.com Purchased for $135,000 in 2019, business process outsourcing company providing a variety of customer relationship management, technical support services, back office data management and information processing services, information technology and communication services.
c6.com This one sold twice, first in 2006 for $14,500 and 6 months later in 2007 for just $130 more. Buyer’s remorse? The domain currently redirects to 60.webprodun.info. There is just another one of those Baidu banners.
c7.com Redirects to DataBank.com.
c8.com Redirects to qc.803118.com A Chinese lottery website.
c9.com Redirects to wap.c92020.app:808, does not resolve.
c0.com Parked at Uniregistry, for sale.