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If you read this TechCrunch post you are not likely to guess that M.dot, the mobile website builder acquired by hosting company GoDaddy for an undisclosed sum, has anything to do with Central and Eastern Europe. But our friends at Czech Internet blog Tyinternety.cz know their entrepreneurs.
M.dot allows to build mobile websites directly from a mobile phone. Founded in June 2012 by Slovak Dominik Balogh and Czech Pavel Serbajlo, the startup received $700,000 in funding after the founders did not make it to Y-Combinator.
The acquisition will help GoDaddy expand its service offering to its hosting and domain registration customers. The size of the deal, according to Vojta Bednar of Tyinternety can be anything between 5 and 25 million dollars.
The founding team will join GoDaddy, will grow to the headcount of 10-16 people and will continue growing the product which is now available on Android, and has nearly 60,000 users.
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