Aron Meystedt (@XF.com), domain investor, owner of Napkin.com Investments and entrepreneur in residence at Heritage Auctions has just confirmed the news that he has sold two two-letter .COM domain names from his personal portfolio. Those names are OC.com and XF.com. In July, Domain Name Wire confirmed Aron's acquisition of Napkin.com whilst also confirming that his company was due to change its name from XF.com to the aforementioned Napkin.com. Soon after, XF.com started to show a for sale sign. Less than a month after the for sale sign went up with an asking price of $3.5 million, it looks like a deal has been reached. Aron said: There are currently no clues as to who the new owner of XF.com is, but given Aaron's asking price this may well be a seven figure deal. Aron's second sale of this week was that of OC.com. On July 26th, Elliot Silver confirmed the news that Aron acquired OC.com after the name was brokered by Heritage Auctions. In a quick flip, Aron has sold the name onto an as yet unknown party, with the domain currently under privacy protection at Network Solutions. Despite selling these two names, Aron's portfolio still boasts names including March.com and the oldest .COM domain in existence, Symbolics.com. Aron's new home on the Internet is Napkin.com, which offers venture capital funding. However, in an email confirming the sales of both XF.com and OC.com, Aron said he will still be buying and selling domain names. Congratulations to Aron on an incredible week.