ICANN Says It Has 25 Registrants For New Top-Level Domain Names

Governments are applying for new TldsBut the number of applications for the new web addresses could run higher.

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, says it has approved 25 “successful registrants” since it began accepting applications for new generic top-level domain names a week ago. The number of actual applications for domains does not necessarily equal the number of registrants, however, because each registrant can apply for up to 50 new top-level domains, ICANN says.

Read the story… | Source: Internet Retailer | Date posted: 1/25/2012

Joe Alagna (96 Posts)

Joe Alagna is the Vice President of Channel Development at the leading international domain name registrar, 101Domain.com. Having been involved in the domain name industry and ICANN for over 10 years, he is an expert in all aspects of the domain business, including domain investing and registrars. Before the domain name business, he negotiated national accounts contracts for AT&T Wireless. Joe can be reached by phone at +1 (909) 606-9175 or via email using the contact form on this site.


About Joe Alagna

Joe Alagna is the Vice President of Channel Development at the leading international domain name registrar, 101Domain.com. Having been involved in the domain name industry and ICANN for over 10 years, he is an expert in all aspects of the domain business, including domain investing and registrars. Before the domain name business, he negotiated national accounts contracts for AT&T Wireless. Joe can be reached by phone at +1 (909) 606-9175 or via email using the contact form on this site.
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