Jason Calacanis sells 20.com for $1.75 million to Chinese domain buyer

Two digit domain name sells for seven digits.

Entrepreneur and investor Jason Calacanis has sold the domain name 20.com for $ 1.75 million to a Chinese buyer.

Last week, Calacanis tweeted:

According to historical Whois records at DomainTools, Calacanis acquired the domain name in 2006. It was originally registered in 1995.

Two domain name brokers were involved. Chinese domain name company 190.com represented the buyer. 190.com has been involved with a number of high-dollar sales. Joe Uddeme represented Calacanis.

Earlier this year, the domain name 01.com was reported sold for $ 1.82 million. Prior to that sale, it had been several years since a two digit .com domain name sale had been publicly disclosed, according to NameBio.



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