ICANN exhibits the complete generic TLD software listing, Google’s bidding splurge

ICANN shows the full generic TLD application list, Google's bidding splurge

ICANN informed us that June thirteenth was the golden day that we would get to see all the preliminary purposes for generic prime-degree domains (gTLDs), and the complete record has surfaced on cue. The early roster exhibits a number of competitors for sure domains — we’re seeing a baker’s dozen in corporations making an attempt for .app alone. Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and different corporations are understandably making an attempt to guard their model names, however we’re simply now seeing the complete extent of Google’s gTLD insanity: we’re counting one hundred and one situations through which the search agency has tentatively pulled the $185,000 set off. ICANN nonetheless has to choose which bidders get the domains they need, although, and there isn’t any certainty that Google will fulfill its goals. When even the cherished .lol area has a challenger, you understand the competitors is getting fierce.

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