Thrupenny: a name with centuries of British heritage, and a wry smile
For hundreds of years, the British three pence coin was known, somewhat affectionately, as a 'thrupenny bit'. So it has a very long pedigree. A cheeky aspect of this brilliant name comes from its associations with East London's Cockney ryhming slang for 'thrupenny bit' (look it up if you don't know!). Real words with a perfect .com domain - especially those with history and engagement - are increasingly rare these days, making Thrupenny an immensely powerful brand opportunity.