As you may know, last week the news broke that We.com had been sold (first broken by George Kirikos on Twitter). Very few details of the sale are known, but today the WhoIs information was updated to show that We.com had been moved to an eName.com account. Unfortunately the domain name is under WhoIs privacy, but eName.com is a Chinese registrar so we can assume that the domain name was acquired by a Chinese company/individual. Aside from that, no information is known about the buyer. It would be great to see more details made public about what must be a seven figure sale, and I have reached out to We.com's seller for comment - so if the seller responds, I'll add a comment below. The current "average" price for a 2 letter .COM domain seems to be around $500,000 - but as this is a commonly used word as well, it should have broken seven figures. The only recent comparable public sale is that of the pronounceable Mi.com from April 2014 for $3.6m. Updates: Jul 3, 2015: We.com Sales Price Between $8m-$10m Aug 5, 2015: WE.com Sales Price was $8 Million. Buyer Revealed.