Digital Music Startup Hymn Acquires Hymn.com, Upgrades from Hymn.tv

A young Dutch company has made a significant investment in its future by acquiring the Hymn.com domain name. The acquisition, confirmed by founder Thomas de Vrij, sees Hymn (stylized as HYMN) upgrade from Hymn.tv to Hymn.com.

Hymn is creating a digital stage for live events, seemingly focused on the music industry. While LinkedIn suggests that Hymn was founded in 2020, a press release from May 2021 announced Hymn to the world, with the Hymn.tv domain name mentioned.

According to DomainIQ’s WHOIS history, the acquisition looks to have closed just days after Hymn announced its first-ever digital concert on May 12, 2021. According to de Vrij, the company plans to migrate from Hymn.tv to Hymn.com in the near future.

The domain was previously owned by Future Media Architects, a company that maintains a portfolio of stellar domains including AI.com, Media.com, and Cool.com. Hymn.com was listed for sale via Saw.com using a custom Efty landing page.

This domain acquisition is an impactful statement from a young company.

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