27 Apr '17, 8pm

.Art will have 3.5 million premium domain names

The .ART Registry undertook a substantial big data effort to analyze over 250 massive databases comprising over 6 billion words and identified 3,500,000 word forms that have measureable domain name value. Linguistic scientists were retained to develop algorithms that determine the relative strength of a word form related to art. In addition, several other attributes of the word forms were measured such as: Internet search popularity, length of characters, number of occurrences of the word form in other domain zones, prior selling prices, current asking prices, consumer rating values and art industry indexes. These hundreds of millions of data points were combined into an algorithm that provides an individual value for each of the 3,500,000 word forms. This approach to domain pricing allows the .ART registry to price standard names at an affordable level and charge a higher...

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