At the end of November 2017, we published the news that DO.com had changed hands for an undisclosed fee. The domain, used by companies such as Microsoft and Salesforce in the past, looks to have been sold on to China just under two months later. Domain investor George Kirikos (@GeorgeK) tweeted earlier today that DO.com was on the move. According to DomainIQ's WHOIS listing, the two-letter domain moved from Uniregistry to GoDaddy recently. The domain now shows a new owner. That new owner is Chinese brokerage company 62.com, who have been responsible for some of the largest domain sales from the West to China. One such example is the 2016 sale of Net.com, which was acquired by a 62.com client for over $800,000. Based on recent estimates by George Kirikos, this latest acquisition of a two-letter .COM domain means that China now controls more than a quarter of all two-letter .COM domains, with the majority in the hands of investors. No price has been revealed for this transaction, but previous sales of two-letter .COM's would suggest this is a six or seven-figure sale.