• .london launch day biggest yet for new gTLDs, but did it miss targets?

    … and Go Daddy (which lists .london at the top of its UK home page today) sells at $59.99. UK-based Domainmonster, part of Host Europe Group, performed well with a £34.99 ($56) annual fee. There were 22,547 .london names claimed during the “London Priority Period”, a combined sunrise/landrush phase that gave first dibs on names to trademark owners…

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  • Radix’s first gTLD landrushes only risk-free if you shop around

    … Radix Registry has gone into landrush with its first new gTLDs, promising a “risk-free” experience for buyers who want to get into .website, .press and .host early. But different registrars are handling the phase in different ways — with a staggering range of prices — so you could still lose money on domains you don’t get unless you shop around…

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  • launch compares well to new gTLDs

    … The subdomain service, which is being managed more or less like a proper gTLD, reckons it outperformed every new gTLD earlier this week. CEO Ken Hansen and president Paul Goldstone made the claim in a couple of Facebook posts yesterday. Hansen clarified today that while the company is not releasing precise numbers, had “single…

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