A rare two-letter domain name comes up for auction this month, almost 20 years after it was originally registered.
zy.com is one of the original .com domain names, devised in the early days of the World Wide Web.
Two-letter .com domains sold out in 1994, and have in recent years become a valuable commodity for Internet investors.
There are just 676 in existence, meaning interest in the domain name is likely to be strong.
A number of other two-letter domains have sold for six-figure sums in recent years including hx.com, ts.com and ay.com.
And another domain name – FB.com – was purchased by social media giant Facebook for an incredible $8.5 million, demonstrating the value these Web addresses can have.