Namecheap drops lawsuit against Tucows

domainking131

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Domain name registrar Namecheap has dropped its lawsuit against Tucows.

Namecheap has historically been a domain name reseller using Tucows’ Enom platform. Namecheap is now registering domain names under its own registrar accreditation and asked Tucows to transfer the four million domains it has sold as a reseller to Namecheap.

Tucows did not agree with the transfer method in which Namecheap wanted to handle the transition. Worrying that Tucows was dragging its feet, Namecheap sued Tucows.

In response, Tucows said that it proposed multiple ways of transitioning the domain names that it believed were more appropriate and did not run afoul of ICANN rules.

Namecheap voluntarily dismissed the case without prejudice, meaning that it can refile the claims at a later time.


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Tigger

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So the only only reason they sued was to light a fire under someone's butt?. You should have a more legitimate reason to sue someone other than "They're going too slow."
 

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