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is reflected in its Corporate TLD
 
 

 

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[13-03-2012]
A new record: 38 new TLDs registered through UN1D on the same day.

 
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[03-07-2008]
The first single multilingual TLD in the world registered through UN1D.

 
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News & Announcements

[30-10-2007]
UN1D, the first TLD Registrar in the world to offer on-line registration of multilingual TLDs.

 
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News & Announcements

[10-01-2007]
UN1D expects to open registration for multilingual TLDs late 2007.

 
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TLD Registration Procedure

After you submitted your TLD for registration, the folowing steps are taken:

    1. Pending on Acceptance
      Usually UN1D accepts all valid TLD requests. You, on the other hand, are required to represent that, to the best of your knowledge and belief, neither the registration of the TLD name, nor the manner in which it will be directly or indirectly used will infringe the legal rights of a third party.
       
    2. Pending on Approval
      The INAIC Council is charged with the review, delegation, approval and creation of new TLDs. The INAIC Council shall not deny any TLD requests except for those requests that might directly or indirectly cause conflicts be they technical or legal. If a TLD request is denied the full registration fee will be refunded.
       
    3. Pending on Creation
      Public-Root will create your TLD and add it to all Public-Root servers on the Internet. This is a technical procedure that may take up to 8 days to complete.
       
    4. Registered
      Your TLD has been successfully delegated and added to the Inclusive Name Space. All Public-Root Servers in the world resolve your new TLD. You are the exclusive registrant of an entire Top Level including all the domain names under it. Now you can use your TLD to register domains. As a Registrant you are responsible for setting the policies and procedures applicable to your TLD and it’s domain holders.
       
    5. Renewal
      When your TLD has been registered for a period of one year you can choose to renew your TLD. The TLD renewal fee is $250.00 USD a year only. During the renewal procedure and registration period your TLD is secured in the Global TLD WHOIS. This prevents third parties from taking your TLD.

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