A popular domain for domain archaeas has filed for bankruptcy protection, with creditors saying it could be wiped out by new trademark registration.
The domain archaeaholic.com has been registered in the United States, and has been under domain name registration since 2010.
It was registered by a company called ArtPrize, which is registered under the name of an Australian company called Archaic Media Limited.
The company said in a filing on Wednesday that it had acquired the domain name in March 2016, but it’s unclear if that was a one-time deal.
The company said that it was also looking to register domain names in other countries, and that it is “committed to ensuring that our new registrants continue to receive priority in our global search engine listings.”
ArtPrize was founded by former Google employee and art historian, Mark O’Connell, and a few other people, including a former Google executive.
It’s a search engine that allows users to find information about art, as well as links to the art, through their searches.
It also makes a profit by selling advertising and subscriptions.
ArtPrizegate says it wants to sell its domain name for a fraction of its current value.
It filed a bankruptcy petition with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday.
The filing said that ArtPrizecase has more than 1.3 million registered domains, and expects to generate $20 million in annual revenue for the company.
Art Prize filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in March, after filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection last month.
ArtPrizede filed for the bankruptcy protection just three days later, and the filing stated that Art Prizede “had a debt of approximately $1.6 million at the end of the third quarter.”