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new TLD draw results

Irish Domain Registrar evaluates which new TLDs will first be available for their customers

Earlier this week ICANN held a lottery or draw to help determine the prioritisation of new TLD applications We put out this release on it earlier this afternoon Blacknight Announce Results of New gTLD Applicant Priority Draw Irish Registrar evaluates which new TLDs will first be available for their customers. December 20, 2012- Carlow, Ireland […]

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Graphic – Uncontested New TLD Applications

Which new domain applications aren’t contested? We put together a simple graphic to show them off (click to enlarge):   The actual list is as follows: ابوظبي اتصالات ارامكو العليان بازار بيتك شبكة عرب كاثوليك كوم كيوتل موبايلي موزايك موقع همراه дети католик ком москва онлайн орг рус сайт कॉम नेट संगठन 一号店 世界 中信 […]

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New TLDs From Registrar Perspective

Last week I was speaking at the 4th International Conference for ccTLD registries and registrars of CIS, Central and Eastern Europe in Novi Sad, Serbia. Here are the slides, though they might not make a huge amount of sense, as they’re more notes than anything else New TLDs from a Registrar Perspective View more presentations […]

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Blacknight Warn Consumers Against New gTLD Pre-Registration

June 30, 2011 – Carlow Ireland -Blacknight (http://www.blacknight.com) warn domain registrants to beware of companies offering pre-registrations in New gTLDs. Last week in Singapore, ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), announced that it would launch a program to include new generic top-level domains.  For those unfamiliar with the terminology, gTLD is an acronym […]

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Blacknight Welcomes the Approval of New gTLDs

This morning in Singapore, the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) approved a program that will change the Internet, as we know it. Blacknight (http://www.blacknight.com) welcome  ICANN’ s decision to launch new generic top-level domains. A top-level domain includes extensions (as in after the dot) such as .com, .net, .org. The New gTLD […]

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