gTLD


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gTLDGeneric Top-Level Domain
gTLDGlobal Tld
gTLDGeneric Top Level Domains
gTLDGlobal Top Level Domain (website address)
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There are some variations; for example, sponsored top-level domains (sTLD) are a subclass of gTLDs. As early as 2001, Barbara Quint and I suggested .lib as an sTLD [7, 9], one yet to come to fruition.
The expansion of generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs) such as .COM, .ORG, .NET in the Domain Name System is well known and familiar to us.
This year, domain name real estate exploded like never before, with hundreds of new top-level generic domain names (gTLDs) approved and introduced by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the agency that coordinates and maintains the worldwide web system.
The new gTLDs provide a wide range of website address options for registrants.
When a new gTLD is approved, it must first provide a Sunrise period, during which time trademark holders can register their trademarks under the gTLD before anyone else.
Stuart Fuller, Director of Commercial Operations at NetNames a leading online brand protection specialist, comments on the benefits of new gTLDs after it was announced that Google's new holding company, Alphabet, is making its main domain name abc.xyz.
The introduction of new gTLDs presents a number of benefits for gTLD applicants.
This new generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) will operate with numerous enhanced security requirements, including mandatory verification of eligibility, that exceeds those of most existing gTLDs.
The start-up is on quest to play a part in raising the Arabic content on the internet by offering [dot]Shabaka extension which is the first borderless Arabic gTLD in the world.
Google has come out publicly to say they will both recognise the new gTLD domains (generic Top Level Domains) and in their words treat it as just another piece of content for them to index and to understand.
Three entities have each applied to become registry operator for the "wine" generic top level domain (gTLD) as part of the new gTLD program, which involves the addition of thousands of new top-level strings to the Internet Domain Name System.' The wine applicants foresee this domain string as having significant future breadth of coverage for online wine information, services and resources.