Dutch entrepreneur acquires Black.Market domain

Roberto Bourgonjen acquired Black.Market

The domain Black.Market has been acquired by Dutch photographer and entrepreneur, Roberto Bourgonjen.

Bourgonjen is the founder and CEO of Bitpub BV in Amsterdam, and according to his bio:

“Entrepeneur, software developer and database architect. Developing large scale Internet applications since 1995. I work with a small team of ultra-smart developers on a single suite of next generation applications that will change our future. Hobby: black and white portrait photography; playing the grand piano.”

Bitpub, operating from the domain, is a new cloud platform to exchange and discuss quality content, using Bitcash micropayments, free from advertising and spying.

Mr. Bourgonjen owns several dot .Market domain names:

One of his favorite new gTLDs is dot .Town, owning about 175 domains, such as:

The domain Black.Market was sold by Rightside and it’s part of their premium domain portfolio, now owned by Donuts, Inc.; the sale was first reported by Mike Berkens of  The Domains.

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3 Responses to “Dutch entrepreneur acquires Black.Market domain”
  1. DomainDome says:

    I dont really know the motive behind the purchase of but it sound so unbrandable. I never knew people buy such domain names like that.

  2. DomainGang says:

    DomainDome – The buyer has and his involvement with the Bitcoin market is indicative of potential uses.

  3. Dn Ebook says:

    I found my butler on the black market

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