On this blog, one-word domain names are highly covered thanks to a large number of premium, single-word names that trade on a regular basis. These highly desirable assets are snapped up by investors and end users alike, often in deals facilitated by brokers. Today, domain broker @Joe Uddeme announced the sale of a one-word domain, Storm.com, via his LinkedIn account. This domain name was previously owned by L3 Technologies, a company with an operating income of $1 billion in 2017, with clients including NASA. Aside from Storm.com, Joe is also close to finalizing the sale of Link.com, another name being sold by L3 Technologies. The name was purchased by HostGator's founder Brent Oxley, who adds Storm.com to his vast portfolio of premium domain names including Broker.com, Drone.com and Nut.com. I reached out to Joe to ask him for more details about this sale, but unfortunately, the sales price is confidential. Joe was able to confirm that the name was being marketed at a mid six-figure price, but was unable to give further details. Congratulations to all parties involved in this sale.