Is Dominion Registries Having Trouble Selling Their New Alternative Dots?

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  1. JulienJ

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    According to a press release by Dominion Registries, a division of Dominion Enterprises, the company is removing a long list of previously implemented registrant eligibility verification restrictions for its new gTLD industry-specific domain extensions which consist of .AUTOS, .BOATS, .HOMES, .MOTORCYCLES and .YACHTS.

    The changes will be made this year, beginning first with .BOATS, which is now available to anyone at all, for just about any reason, defined as:

    any use, “generally accepted as legitimate”, and “in good faith at the time of registration and throughout the duration of registration”.
    This is a pretty big shift from what was previously included in these domain names’ requirements, such as the near three additional pages (.BOATS – 6 pages vs .YACHTS – 9 pages) of requirements from the still in place document for .YACHTS, soon to be removed.



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