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About the Program

About the Program

The New generic Top-Level Domain Program was developed to increase competition and choice in the domain name space. There are roughly two dozen gTLDs now (.com, .org, .net, etc.), but soon, there could be hundreds. Learn more

 

Historical Documents

Historical Documents

Search through past Applicant Guidebook documentation including earlier versions of the Guidebook, redlines, explanatory memos, supporting documents and more. Search by AGB version or by document type. Learn more

 

Internationalized Domain Names

Internationalized Domain Names

The New gTLD Program allows for an increased number of generic top-level domains in any language. New gTLDs may include extensions in non-Latin scripts such as Arabic, Chinese or Cyrillic. Learn more

 

Program Materials

Program Materials

Do you need to explain the New gTLD Program to someone or are you hoping to gain a better understanding of it yourself? Review resource materials here including fact sheets, presentations, FAQs, and supplemental notes. Learn more