Two new top level domain names enter general availability this week.
Two new top level domain names enter general availability this week, although one won’t be generally available to the public.
.Bank domain names become available on Wednesday, June 24. Most readers won’t be able to register them, though. It’s a restricted domain name for banks and savings associations. DomainNameWire.bank isn’t an option. Most big market domain name registrars aren’t carrying the domain for this reason.
.Irish domain names hit the market on Thursday, June 25. This is an unrestricted domain name, so anyone anywhere in the world can pick up .Irish names. I don’t usually make recommendations for which registrar you should use to register domain names. But in this case, you might give the nod to Michele Neylon’s Irish domain name registrar Blacknight.
Another thing to keep in mind this week…Donuts continues to make available domain names that were on the name collision list. Domain names in 14 TLDs related to business (e.g. .ventures, .company) will revert to regular pricing on Wednesday. Domain names in a dozen TLDs labeled as “Generic and Fun” (e.g. .cool, .wtf) enter Early Access on the same day.