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DotCEO Announce Sunrise and Release New Video

PeopleBrowsr (sic) have announced the .ceo sunrise as well as releasing yet another video. And yet again they’ve disable embedding, which for a company that’s supposedly “social” is an odd choice .. Anyway .. here’s the release:   dotCEO – the only TLD to convey both authority and power – will be marketed to brand […]

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Pool Wins More Contracts In Europe

Pool has announced today another two wins in Europe. They’ve been contracted to handle the auctions for both .wien (Vienna the capital of Austria) and .tirol (Tyrol, which is a region in Austria). They previously announced they’d been selected by . شبكة.(dot Shabaka) and DNS Belgium for .brussels and .vlaanderen. The two Austrian “geo” TLDs will be […]

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Domain Pulse Release Schedule

Domain Pulse takes place every year in either Germany, Austria or Switzerland. The event is organised by and hosted by DENIC, nic.at and SWITCH. Next year’s event is being held on February 20th and 21st in Salzburg, Austria. The preliminary agenda has just been released and covers topics that should be of interest to anyone […]

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DNS Belgium Chooses Pool.com

DNS Belgium, which is running both .brussels and .vlaanderen have announced their choice of auction provider. They’ve chosen Canadian company Pool.com to handle their  domain name auctions for situations where there are more than one applicants for the same domain: During the first phase (‘sunrise 1’) brand owners, authorities, companies and associations can register a […]

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Telnic Increasing Wholesale Price by $1

Telnic, the .tel registry, have informed registrars that the wholesale rate for .tel domain names will be increased by $1 per year from $8 / year to $9/year effective December 1 2013. How are they justifying such a hefty price increase? This increase takes into account inflation rates and the continuing maintenance, development and provision […]

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DotGreen Is No More

Kevin reported on this last night. As you can see from the reactions to his post a lot of people are surprised, shocked and even quite upset that the DotGreen application has been withdrawn. It’s not the only application for the string, which is why it was withdrawn, but to many people in the ICANN […]

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Centralnic To Float On Stock Exchange

UK domain company CentralNic will announce tomorrow its plans to float on London’s AIM. In an interview with the Telegraph CentralNic’s CEO Ben Crawford outlines the company’s plans which should be announced officially tomorrow. The entire play is based around CentralNic’s new TLD business. The company is providing registry backend services for a number of […]

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ccTLD Registries Under Attack?

In the past 24 hours both the .nl domain registry and .be domain registry have been attacked. The .be registry‘s public facing website was defaced, though the defacement had no impact on the registry data. As would be expected the registry data is not linked to the public facing website. DNS.be informed registrars that they […]

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Nominet Puts Draft Registrar Agreement Out For Consultation

Nominet, the .uk domain name registry, has published a draft registrar contract for consultation. The registry had been planning a revision of its contracts for some time. Full details of the consultation, as well as the related documents, may be found here. Nominet are currently planning two public sessions to discuss the contract in July, […]

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Uniregistry hiring in Caymans

Uniregistry Hiring For Cayman Islands

Uniregistry, who have applied for 54 new TLDs, are hiring for their Cayman Islands offices. The company is currently looking for software developers, front-end developers, Sysadmins and marketing staff. It’s not clear how much the roles pay, but they’re obviously using the location as a selling point:   Full details including how to apply on […]

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