Top-level Domain Zone as Idea for ICO

Do you think it's a good idea?

  • Bull’s-eye!

    Votes: 2 40.0%
  • I don't know. I need to think about it.

    Votes: 3 60.0%
  • No, that's a bad idea.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Well, I don't care for that.

    Votes: 0 0.0%

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Staff member
Apr 16, 2018
In early 2012, the non-profit organization ICANN came up with a genius commercial move — started accepting applications for generic top-level domains — gTLDs.

Since then, there have been registered more than 1,000 gTLDs, and 22 million ngTLDs domains, which is more than 6% of the number of "traditional" domains and this percentage is increasing with each passing year.
Total ngTLDs


I believe that despite cryptocurrency dropping, the top domain names such as


will become a trophy in serious battles.:boss:
  • Moreover, for the most coveted, in my opinion, domain — .coin.
  • Last year, subsidiary of a well-known bank even registered trademarks for “.coin.”
  • According to , the minimum lot value on this auction starts at $ 20K, which is quite expected.
New 'gift giving’ and redistribution of areas of influence are expected around in 2020

Since the ICANN's rules assumes the distribution of applications in the form of auctions, the struggle for crypto domains will be expensive and ‘bloody'.

I believe that until that time there will be an up-and-comer who will start and ICO and run a real crowd project.

I do not know what will happen in 2020, maybe the Earth will crash into its axis, but currently crypto-domains are very costly.

Just a few days ago, was sold for $ 27K, — for $15K, etc., — that is, the demand for the crypto-domains is very stable and strong.

And what if top domains (like bit.coin) in the second level zone will be promised to large buyers of coins?
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Staff member
Jun 15, 2018
ICANN have just published a major study of 1+ million domain names, investigating which TLDs get kept - and which get dropped. The research uncovered some staggering results, such as:
  • Only 29.79% of all domains are renewed after one year
  • New GTLDs (like .XYZ) have far higher churn rates than .COM, .NET, .ORG etc

You'll find the answer to the final question in full study:

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