Facebook bought the domain fb.com

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Facebook bought the domain fb.com

Social networking site Facebook has bought the domain name fb.com, writes website Domain Name Wire. Seller domain was American Bureau of Agriculture (American Farm Bureau).

Specifies that the transaction was carried out in September 2010. In this case, initially at the Farm Bureau bought the domain name broker, who later gave it to Facebook. The cost of the transaction were not recalled.

It is expected that this domain can be used Facebook to give users sotsseti email addresses. According to unconfirmed information, official postal service Facebook will be presented on November 15.

Note that, according to WHOIS service fb.com domain was registered in 1990. At that time, Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg was six years old.

Fb.com – not the first short URL-address you use Facebook. So, in December 2009, the world’s largest social network has launched a website fb.me. This email address is aimed at users of mobile devices.

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