Add trailing slash to a domain name

I want to redirect from to Common answers like:

rewrite ^([^.]*[^/])$ $1/ permanent

don’t solve the problem.

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This one came from the SEO department. And if you’ll make curl -I to Amazon, Google, Facebook sites without trailing slash, you’ll see that they all are redirected to a trailing slash.

Can you explain why or what you want to achieve as there is no value and/or reason you would need to do this.