Today we are able to confirm the that the incredible one-word domain name Curve.com has just been sold in a transaction brokered by Right Of the Dot's Monte Cahn and NameExperts.com's Joe Uddeme. The news, confirmed by Monte earlier today, comes as the domain's WHOIS moves into "Pending Transfer" status. According to DomainIQ, the Curve.com domain name was owned by General Motors LLC until earlier this year when the domain name owner's identity was obscured as it moved to a generic CSC Corporate WHOIS listing. Around the same time, the domain also started to show a "for sale" notice. Since the name is currently in "Pending Transfer" status, the buyer cannot be identified. However, a Google search shows several potential buyers, with one of the most likely being Fintech startup Curve. The company, created in 2015, currently uses the ImagineCurve.com domain name, but may now be able to afford an upgrade after securing $10 million in funding just a couple of months ago. Sadly, Monte was unable to confirm a sales price, but it's likely that this is a six-figure sale. The last publicly disclosed sale of a one-word .COM domain to a Fintech startup was the $420,000 sale of Wave.com. Could Curve.com fetch a similar price tag? Monte also revealed that Right of the Dot is now taking submissions for NamesCon 2018's live domain auction. The only domain names that Monte is looking for are "super-premium" domains such as two-letter .COM's, three-letter .COM's or single-word .COM's. There is a submission page available at the ROTD website. Congratulations to both Monte (@mcahn) and Joe (@Joe Uddeme) on teaming up to sell Curve.com. We'll aim to update this article as soon as the buyers can be revealed. Update on Nov 7, 2017: The domain name has now transferred to show Brent Oxley, founder of HostGator, as the owner.