The domain name growth can be attributed to security and infrastructural precautions taken by the holders of the .BR ccTLD and .Radio TLD.
The move aims to build a secure, resilient and stable DNS (Domain Name System) by ‘rolling’ the key for the first time in 8 years.
The product known as ‘Domain Doppelgänger’ will help brands identify malicious and fake web domains to mitigate cyber risks.
The launch seeks to provide customers with domain registration services for .COM, .NET, .INFO and .ORG, free of charge.
The decision impacts over 30 million users worldwide after the domain registrar brought Zoho’s services to a grinding halt.
The equity firm seeks to consolidate their portfolio by adding 238 new gTLDs and millions of customers by acquiring a majority stake in the company.
The acquisition aims to drive expansion in multiple markets including Romania and Brazil, where the domain and hosting business is on the rise.
The move aims to increase the visibility of companies in the nation and promote their development at local, national and international levels.
The launch aims to encourage domain name vendors, registrars and resellers in Africa to sell domains using over 1,000 TLDs.
The registry aims to delete unpaid .RO domain names and provide a flexible registration fee structure for digital-savvy businesses.