Earlier today Uniregistry and the .hiv registry announced that the .hiv registry was changing hands and that it was being taken over by Frank Schilling's Uniregistry. That .hiv is going to a good home is excellent news. But why did this happen? The .hiv domain extension wasn't setup like other domain extensions. It was established to be something else - a digital red … [Read more...] about Uniregistry Provides A New Home For .Hiv
While some new TLD marketing material might not be stellar, the quality of the marketing material coming out of UniRegistry is excellent. Frank Schilling's video for .sexy is slick and captivating and worth a watch: http://youtu.be/9GhfDoJWkIk … [Read more...] about Sexy New TLD Marketing Video
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 their … [Read more...] about Uniregistry Hiring For Cayman Islands
Seemingly the Cayman Islands has appointed a representative to ICANN's GAC - where all the governments hang out. Their appointee, who should be attending the meeting in Toronto next week, is Mr Samuel Rose. Mr Rose hails from the Caymans' Ministry of Finance, Tourism and Development. This appointment might have something to do with Frank Schilling's Uniregistry being … [Read more...] about Cayman Islands Joins GAC
Is ICM Registry trying to win over domainers? According to an announcement earlier this afternoon ICM will be the overall Diamond Sponsor for T.R.A.F.F.I.C in October. The event's organiser, Rick Schwartz, obviously expects some negative backlash from the announcement as in his email he states: We know this may be met with some amount of controversy but you can't stop … [Read more...] about ICM Registry Getting Into Bed With Domainers?