Frank Schilling’s North Sound Names Starts Deleting Its 230,000 Uniregistry Domains


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On Thursday Frank Schilling North Sound Names started to delete the registrations for the approximately 230,000 domain names it registered in Uniregistry new gTLD extensions.

Yesterday over 100,000 domain names owned by North Sound Names in Uniregistry strings were deleted.

About a month ago Uniregistry announced it would be releasing over 1,000,000 domain namesit had reserved and registered through North Sound Names to made available in the registrar channel.

Starting on Thursday and continuing yesterday over 100,000 previously registered domain names under North Sound Names were deleted.

We confirmed with Frank Schilling that these deletions are the result of domain name being dropped by North Sound Names in preparation to hit the registrar channel.

Domains registered by North Sound Names were held to be sold for a one time premium price similar to .com domains on the aftermarket.

Uniregisty becomes the second registry to start deleting domain registrations to sell through the registrar market.

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