Hello. I'm looking around at different registars and one said only at **REGISTAR**, .jp! How do you create extensions like that? I know that people have sub-domain things like uni.cc, but how do you make your own top-level extensions?
Last edited by joshlink01; 04-14-2004 at 08:08 PM.
yes you will have to submit the application along with $50,000
Originally Posted by http://www.icann.org/tlds/application-process-03aug00.htm
The Application Fee
The application fee for each new TLD application is US$ 50,000. This fee must be paid before ICANN will consider the application. It is intended to cover ICANNs costs of receiving and evaluating the application, including performing technical, financial, business, and legal analyses, as well as ICANNs investigation of all circumstances surrounding the applications and follow-up items. The application fee is non-refundable and ICANN's only obligation upon accepting the application and fee is to consider the application.
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yep. Think... If everyone had the $50,000 dollars (which I think I'm going to hold off on) wouldn't the internetsextension population become overcrouded? Because there are alot of registars already doing that so they can dominate the market by holding the most popular entensions that only they can offer.