Various .broker and .trading domains up for sale by Boston Ivy


Boston Ivy Registry, home to specialised financial domains, today announce they will have their premium domains available for purchase from February 15, 2016, with the menu including: asset.broker, investment.broker, exchange.forex, bitcoin.trading and financial.trading.

These premium names contain words that are frequently searched by those with interests in trading-related activities, and, thus, represent valuable web addresses with the ability to make an immediate impact on businesses.

Via its series of unique financial domain names, Boston Ivy’s vision is to establish online communities that will become a first choice for informative and reliable content in addition to top quality services from the most trustworthy financial service providers.

The premium web addresses allow firms to market their services more effectively, achieve higher conversion rates and ultimately reach growth in a unique way.

Stephen Spencer, Head of Registry and COO at Boston Ivy, says,

“Boston Ivy’s premium domains are a unique and innovative way for firms to reach out and make that connection with their audiences. The world of financial trading is so large and we aim to make brands and services easier to find online.”

Alastair Hine, Boston Ivy’s Managing Director, comments,

“These premium domains are perfect for businesses to really boost their brand identity, show their capacity for innovation and engage audiences and to communicate their services in a more direct way.”

Boston Ivy’s domains are powered by Verisign, an international leader in domain names services. Boston Ivy is backed by IG Group Holdings plc (LON:IGG).

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