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4 more Donuts domain names entered GA yesterday. Here are the numbers.

Donuts’ domain names continue to spill onto the domain name market.

Yesterday four new Donuts domain names came off of “Early Access Pricing” and became available for standard registration prices.


I could tell this one was getting traction because Network Solutions was promoting it much like it did .guru. It’s a fairly solid generic.

Pricing is in Donuts’ lowest pricing tier, so .tips domains will typically run you about $20-$25. NameCheap, which I found to have the lowest new TLD pricing, offers the domain names for $16.88.

Based on zone files, .tips added 6,879 on its first partial day of general availability. There are now more than 8,000 .tips domains registered.


.Enterprises is similar to Donuts’ other domain names .holdings and .ventures. It’s priced cheaper, though, falling in the second tier. It will set you back around $30-$40 at most registrars. It’s $24.88 at NameCheap.

The domain picked up 946 registrations yesterday and now has 1,207. The numbers are in line with what .holdings did out of the gate.


This is a true niche domain. A handful of jewelry companies have registered .diamonds domain names so far, but most of the registrations are descriptive (e.g. rare.diamonds, fine.diamonds).

.Diamonds is in Donuts’ highest price tier and will set you back $50-$70 at most registrars. NameCheap has it for $39.98.

The zone picked up 839 yesterday for a total of 1,151 registrations.


Whenever I hear this top level domain name the only thing that comes to mind is fantastic.voyage. I suppose it’s actually targeted to the travel industry.

It’s in the top tier of pricing, just like Diamonds.

The zone file grew by 724 to 967 yesterday.

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  1. Rob

    yawn. i don’t know about anyone else, but i’m getting a little tired about reading so many stories about new tlds. let them do their thing – thrive or die. whatever. i’m over it.

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