Why did you decide to use 3 words to create your addresses?


To make an addressing system precise enough to refer to a specific entrance or parking spot, it needed to be accurate to a 3 metre square. This meant we needed 57 trillion addresses to cover the world, and 3 words allowed us to create 64 trillion addresses – covering the entire world with quite a few spare!

If we’d used two words, for example, we’d only have had enough combinations for 1.6 billion squares.