Eap

  • 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

    …. The EAP started January 12 with prices of $45,000 per domain. In GA, they won’t cost you less than $2,000. While zone files show almost no new domains appearing between January 12 and today — three or four per domain at most — Uniregistry CEO Frank Schilling said EAP was a “success”. “More than 100 dealers and brands took advantage of sunrise and EAP…

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  • .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…

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  • .cars domains to start at $45,000, retail for $2,500

    … sewn up. Its only potential competitor is .autos, which has been delegated for almost 18 months but has yet to even reveal its launch plans and probably isn’t going to be available to the mass market anyway. Sunrise for all three gTLDS is due to start December 9, ending January 12. EAP will begin that day, and GA will start January 20. Related posts: Uniregistry wins .cars gTLD XYZ and Uniregistry acquire .car from Google, launch joint venture Now Uniregistry shifts to Early Access launch model …

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  • 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 -