Two-letter .COM domain names are an extremely rare class of domain names. With just 676 in existence, their value has risen sharply over the past few years, thanks largely to participation from Chinese domain investors. What’s rarer than a two-letter .COM? Perhaps a two-letter .COM that is also a common English word. It seems that one such domain name has been acquired by Internet Real Estate Ltd, the company that Media Options Inc divested its domain portfolio to in 2016. The domain name in question is Do.com. Speculation started on November 25th after Media Options (@MediaOptions) CEO, Andrew Rosener, tweeted: Further news was not forthcoming, but one of Andrew’s replies to a follower asking for details said: “All in do time”. Was this a subtle clue? Investor George Kirikos (@GeorgeK) researched this acquisition further and reached the conclusion that the domain in question is Do.com, which has just been confirmed. Do.com is a domain name with a long history. Owned by Microsoft for many years, Do.com changed hands in 2011, with Salesforce.com subsequently confirmed as the buyer. The domain became a part of the Salesforce.com network until January 2014 when the company announced that services on Do.com would be discontinued. Do.com was then sold to a San Francisco based startup called Do Meetings, who promptly rebranded to Do. On March 8th 2017, it was announced that Amazon Web Services acquired Do. Based on recent WHOIS history, the domain was unlocked and pending a transfer, but has since been locked and is now under WHOIS privacy at Hover, a division of Tucows. The deal was confirmed by Media Options' CEO Andrew Rosener, who clarified that Amazon had absolutely nothing to do with the deal. No details of the sale have been released, but it is almost certainly a deal worth six or seven figures. Congratulations to all parties involved in this deal.