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Investing in domain names - The Domain Developers Fund.

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Category Intellectual Property
Author Florian Guldner
Analyzing the domain name market, sources of income in this area and introducing the first investment fund in the domains market, the Domain Developers Fund. Founder and CEO Michael Marcovici discusses the fund's strategy with Opalesque.
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