The Key to Your Internet
The OpenMind approach
Trademark and data protection
Early warning system
DNSSEC / IDN / IPv6
End user extranet
Tailored contact types
Trend preview list
Whois and DAS
Third party modules
ClearingHouse for Intellectual Property
Technical fact sheets
Anti abuse measures
Logging & monitoring
Network and Security infrastructure
An Open approach
License and sell
Are there any ongoing fees once a gTLD is approved by ICANN?
Can applicants who were not selected in previous rounds re-apply in future rounds?
Can I apply for any kind of gTLD or are there any specific restrictions?
Can I apply for more than one gTLD?
Can I simply reserve a gTLD and decide later whether or not to use it?
Do I need to have a trademark in order to apply for a new gTLD?
How do I apply for a new gTLD?
How long will the evaluation process take?
How many new gTLDs are expected?
How much do I have to pay ICANN for the application?
How will the rights of trademark holders be protected in the process?
I have an idea for a new gTLD. Can I register my idea with ICANN in advance of the next application period?
Is applying for a new gTLD the same as buying a domain name?
What can I do if someone applies for my trademark as a gTLD?
What happens after a new gTLD application is approved?
What happens if there are other applications for the same or a similar gTLD?
What is a ccTLD?
What is a gTLD?
What is an IDN?
What will happen during the application submission period?
Who can apply for a new gTLD?
Will ICANN offer refunds?
What is DNS Sec