Nov 09, 2016 04:51 AM EST
GoDaddy Rolls Out Emoji Based Websites With ASCII Format, Emoji Domains 100% Compatible With All Browsers [VIDEO]
GoDaddy, a web hosting company, puts in the picture the ability to search emoji integrated web URLs by using their new project.
The publicly traded Internet domain registrar made it known that a GoDaddy developer initiated the integrated emoji search during the 2016 GoDaddy TechComm Hackathon. The web hosting company claimed that after using the emojis in personal conversations and online interaction, the next step is the emoji integration with URLs.
It has been said that all browsers are 100 percent compatible with the emoji domains, and a user can search for the available emoji domains by going to the search page. By using punycoding, an emoji can be converted into ASCII format, according to First Post.
The project developer made it clear that all the registered and generated emoji-based websites using GoDaddy's project are compatible with Google search result, as well as the compatibility with other GoDaddy services. The developer stated that .ws, an Internet country code top-level domain, is the only Top level domain that will support emoji domain addresses.
On the other hand, GoDaddy insider Barbara J. Rechterman, sold 39,000 shares of the company's stock. The shares were sold at a price of $35.20, wherein, the total value of the share is $1,372,800.00. Now, the insider directly owns 69,650 shares in the web hosting company, with a value of $2,451,680, The Cerbat Gem reported.
The Securities & Exchange Commission's filed document revealed the transaction of GoDaddy, which can be accessed via the website of the SEC.
That being said, the web hosting company last posted its earnings results on Nov. 2. GoDaddy reported $0.05 earnings per share for the third quarter, in which, the earnings peaks the estimate of $0.03 by $0.02. The GoDaddy company had a revenue of $472.10 million for the quarter, unlike the estimates of the analyst of $470.07 million.
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