Go Daddy, the largest seller of internet domain names, has become the latest registrar to sign up to sell .#*$! (triple x) addresses.
The company joins about 50 other registrars that have so far been approved by .#*$! (triple x) manager ICM Registry and accredited by ICANN to sell the names.
"A large number of our customers have spoken... and there is a demand for the controversial new domain name extension for both brand protection purposes and for new names," Go Daddy CEO Bob Parsons said in a statement.
Whoo Hoo! Go Daddy! Go Daddy! (Can you imagine the wardrobe malfunctions during that Super Bowl presentation?)
10:12 am on Jun 11, 2011 (gmt 0)
Based on the way that the domain business has changed, if Godaddy is not onboard as a main registrar for any new TLD, then that TLD is going to find it difficult to sell to the US/Canadian market. But Godaddy would sell anything and #*$! sells. :)
11:42 am on Jun 11, 2011 (gmt 0)
if Godaddy is not onboard as a main registrar for any new TLD, then that TLD is going to find it difficult to sell to the US/Canadian market.
.tel is one exmaple
1:13 pm on Jun 11, 2011 (gmt 0)
i wonder if the triple X hype will make people may N times more the actual value... similar to .asia auction: [dotasia.org...]
Does anyone know whether country names are going to be auctioned? or are they going to be reserved such as: p o r n . x x x s e x . x x x