Prague Post Interviews Domainer Jan Barta

Czech Republic’s English-language newspaper, The Prague Post, posted an interview with “Tech Tycoon” and domain investor, Jan Barta. As you may recall, Barta’s company owns Elephant Orchestra, which owns and monetizes domain names. The company is a frequent sponsor of and exhibitor at various domain industry events, as well as other more mainstream conferences like AdTech.

The interview discusses “where digital business has been, where it’s going and whether there is another tech bubble on the horizon.” The interview covers everything from Barta’s domain monetization to his insight on whether there is currently a tech bubble.

Barta has done quite well investing in domain names and monetizing domain names, and this is an article you may want to check out when you have a chance.

Elliot Silver
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