DN Journal has reported a new major domain transaction. A new owner has purchased the EE.com domain name for $1.35 million. Two-letter domain names are rare in the .COM zone because all possible options remain limited. Consequently, the price seems hardly surprising. This is the fourth highest sale since early 2021, after Christmas.com ($3.15 million), Angel.com ($2 million), and Exodus.com ($1.945 million). As usual, this implies only to those transactions that can be publicly reported.
VIP Brokerage and Domain Assets.com brokers supporting the transaction have already confirmed the sale of the domain. They also noted that it took several years to hold talks between the buyer and the seller and to discuss all the details and to prepare the transaction. Although the buyer still remains anonymous, it is a Chinese registrant that has purchased the EE.com domain, just like most other two-letter and three-letter domain names in the .COM zone, over the past few years.