In this edition of Detected Domains, we take a look at some incredible acquisitions and sales from some of the most prominent domain name investors from the past few weeks. Thanks to DomainIQ’s suite of monitoring tools, we are able to detect some interesting domain purchases and sales that you may not know about. The Detected Domains series aims to give you inspiration in your own domaining activities. James Booth (@BoothDomains) sold the three-letter domain FNE.com. According to WHOIS, the new owner is an Estonian investor. @Braden Pollock acquired Motorized.com and Curlers.com to add to his portfolio of one-word .COM domain names. Elliot Silver (@EJS) bought the one-word domains Butterscotch.com and Jambalaya.com. @Nat Cohen sold the domain PartyNow.com. The new WHOIS listing shows Chinese app developer Meitu as the buyer. Nat’s company also sold the domain Hornet.net to Sean Howell, the co-founder of the gay social network app Hornet. Andrew Rosener may have sold the domain Harbor.com after it moved under privacy protection at @Uniregistry. Andrew’s company, Media Options, bought Unchained.com. The domain currently has obvious connotations to blockchain and cryptocurrency technology. @Rick Schwartz purchase SelectCoin.com. According to DomainIQ, the name was acquired via a Pheenix auction. As announced on Twitter, Rick also sold ten three-number .COM domains in a multi-million sale. These domains are: 346.com 348.com 238.com 975.com 750.com 243.com 295.com 969.com 239.com 977.com According to Rick, these domains were purchased for a combined total of $700 in the late 1990s. As announced on the NamePros Blog, World Media Group looks to have sold Calendar.com to John Rampton, a serial entrepreneur who also owns domain names such as Due.com. @Mike Mann announced the sales FeedDepot.com for $20,000 and BestDrummers.com for $2,888. — Data courtesy of DomainIQ. Update on Nov 20, 2017: A representative from Chinese registrar eName confirmed via Twitter that they brokered the sale of @Nat Cohen's PartyNow.com to Meitu.