HuskyPup - 4:57 pm on Apr 26, 2011 (gmt 0)
I'm not too sure either however I assume 90 days after 31st March 2011 wiil be the general availability making it 29/30th June 2011.
Have you seen the price other than:
Registrars will set their own end user pricing. x x x domains will wholesale around $60 per domain.
So what does this make them, $70-100?
They also seem to have some conflicting statements:
3. Who can register a .x x x domain?
Individuals, business, entities, and organizations that; provide online, sexually-oriented adult entertainment (“Online Adult Entertainment”) intended for consenting adults or for other community members (“Providers”); ;Represent Providers (“Representatives”); or Provide products or services to Providers and Representatives (“Service Providers”) are eligible to register .x x x domain names.
5. Are there additional fee’s dependent on what I do with my domain ?
NO. You pay NO other Registry fee’s, no matter what you choose to do with your domain – new site, park your domain or redirect it.
I assume it's a free-for-all once general availability starts...or not...and is that fee a one-off or annual? I assume annual otherwise how could they state this:
14. What is IFFOR?
IFFOR is a Non-Profit Foundation that is tasked with setting the policies for dot-x x x domains. IFFOR is independent from ICM and funded through contract with ICM to the tune of $10 per registration per year.
Geesh, I'm already getting bored with this!