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Uniregistry and Neustar have TLDs approved in China

China’s April batch of approved TLDs has been released, featuring three domains from Neustar and Uniregistry. Neustar had its longstanding, 2000-round .biz pass regulatory scrutiny, while Uniregistry’s .link and .auto have also been approved. While .auto is managed by Cars Registry, a joint venture with XYZ.com, its stablemates .car and .cars do not appear to […]
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Uniregistry knows you miss those GoDaddy coupons!

Sponsored by Uniregistry* Uniregistry knows damn well how much domainers miss those great GoDaddy coupons. Unless you just joined the club, GoDaddy used to share promotional discount coupons but that activity seems to have vanished. But no worries. By transferring your domain names to Uniregistry until the end of April, and away from other registrars, […]

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Uniregistry rolls out the Android version of its Uniregistry Market app

Sponsored by Uniregistry* Uniregistry has updated its Android app today, adding access to the Uniregistry Market. The new version will automatically update; or can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. It requires Android 4.2 and above. The full press release follows: Uniregistry launches its incredible aftermarket capabilities to its intuitive Android App, bringing the […]

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Uniregistry Market : Ready to roll out the Android version!

Uniregistry is about to roll out the Android version of its Market app, as early as tomorrow! Users of the most used operating system in the world should rejoice; the integration of the Uniregistry Market with the registrar functions brings the entire domain registration and selling platform to your fingertips. Apple iOS users have been […]

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Uniregistry to grandfather existing domains before big price increases

Uniregistry has backtracked on its plan to hike renewal fees on thousands of domain name registrations. CEO Frank Schilling described the U-turn, which followed a ferocious backlash from domain investors, as “the right thing to do”. The company had announced price increases across 16 of its 27 gTLDs that in one case exceeded 3,000% but […]
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GoDaddy comments on Uniregistry pricing change

Registrar is happy about grandfathering, but still has issues with Uniregistry price hikes. This morning, Uniregistry announced some changes to its planned price hikes that take effect in September. Most notably, existing registrations in nine of the domain names it is increasing prices on the most will be grandfathered. A current registrant of a .juegos […]

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Uniregistry backtracks on price hike on existing registrations

Company will grandfather existing registrations in many new TLDs. New top level domain name registry Uniregistry is backtracking on its plans to significantly increase prices on existing registrations this September. Last month, the company announced price increases of up to 30x current prices. This caused quite an uproar and put Uniregistry founder Frank Schilling on […]

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Uniregistry Implements Price Protections for Existing Registrants

Uniregistry put out a press release that they will put in pricing protection for existing registrants. The announcements about price increases upset many. Frank Schilling noted: “Creating a legacy tier of prices for inaugural registrants in our niche, premium top-level domains is technically more difficult,” said Frank Schilling, Managing Director of Uniregistry, “but it’s the […]

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With Almost 10% Of New gTLD Registrations In Upcoming Delete Status; The Peak Of 28.8M May Stand Until .Web

According to ntldstats.com almost 10% of all registered new gTLD domain names are in upcoming delete status; meaning for at least a while new G’s domain name may have peaked out. On  March 24, 2017 the number of new gTLD domain registrations sat at 28,854,146. As of yesterday the number is 28,818,819. However the number […]

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