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Clement Genty

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In her his thesis, Genty studied scientific publications, popular articles, commercial services including [ Estibot], [ Freevaluator], [ Domain Appraisal], [ Domainindex], [ Domraider], [ Siteprice] [ GoDaddy] and several patents, most of them filed by [[GoDaddy]]. 
After performing different PCAs, Genty highlighted the correlation effect of price with length, word count and domain name extension type. However, the prediction of value proved impossible, with a R² too low to be exploitable.
For Genty, the creation of [[Generic top-level domain|gTLD]]<nowiki/>s, combined with the creation of [[Country code top-level domain|ccTLD]]<nowiki/>s, has created a digital economy based on the volume of domain name registrations. Companies, as well as countries, when managing their ccTLDs, have preferred to develop a new source of profits rather than use their TLD to structure the national namespace. The examples, mostly Polynesian, point out that the low development of the Internet in the era of ccTLDs made it possible not to worry about the importance of this digital territory.

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