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  • Over 50,000 names sold as .shop has successful launch day

    … GMO Registry has recorded one of the most successful new gTLD launch days to date, selling over 45,000 .shop domain names in the first hours. The company said it sold 45,427 .shop names in the first two hours after general availability started yesterday afternoon at about 1600 UTC. The total at that point was 51,755, including about 5,000…

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  • Cars gTLD launch clears $1 million in EAP

    … There was a small turn-out for the premium launch of .cars, .car and .auto gTLDs, but the registry says it cleared over $1 million in revenue. The three gTLDs are run by Cars Registry, a venture between Uniregistry and XYZ.com. They all finished their pricey Early Access Periods yesterday and are due to enter general availability today…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 7 readers -
  • .security names priced at $3,000, .theatre at $750

    … XYZ.com may be best known for its budget .xyz gTLD, but its portfolio is increasingly leaning toward the super-premium end of the industry price range. The company entered Early Access Period with its .security, .protection and .theatre gTLDs today, and they ain’t cheap. .security and .protection are expected to carry retail prices of $3,000…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 5 readers -
  • Now Uniregistry shifts to Early Access launch model

    … Uniregistry has become the latest registry to adopt the Early Access Period model for some new gTLD launches. .cars, .car and .auto will all use the EAP, in place of the more typical landrush period, when they launch in January. Technically, while Uniregistry is running the back-end, the three gTLDS are all being offered by Cars Registry…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 6 readers -