Two-number .COM domain names are some of the rarest names in existence. There are only 100 possible two-number .COM's, and even rarer are those with repeating digits: 00, 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, 99. Today I can reveal that 77.com has been sold. A source familiar with the sale told me that the price was "over $5,000,000" but that they couldn't reveal any further details of the transaction. They did, however, confirm that the domain transfer had been initiated and the funds had been received. The domain name has been available for sale for quite some time, and until yesterday, 77.com displayed a "for sale" page with a contact form to start a discussion with the seller. At this stage, it is not known whether the new owner is a domain name investor or an end user. As of writing, the WHOIS information hasn't switched over to the new owner. The price tag gives no clues either, as it is quite possible for both end users and wealthy investors to pay such a premium for a very rare name. This is one of just a few two-number .COM sales in the past year. I announced the sale of 73.com earlier this year, and in February, TheDomains.com reported that 50.com had been sold by MediaOptions.com. Yesterday, we brought you the news that 20.com's owner @jason calacanis had decided to sell his domain name in a private auction with the goal of reaching a $5 million sales price. Jason's auction will be held on January 5th 2016 and will consist of two rounds of bidding. The transfer of 77.com is expected to be completed this week, so we shall update this article with any updates we get. Updates on Jan 2, 2016: The new owners have been revealed as @DomainEmpire.com Ltd of London. They say that 77.com has been acquired with the funds from several different investors. They've also said that 77.com is going to be a "quick flip" - so expect to see the domain sell again very soon.