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250,000 .IE Domain Registered

Discussion in 'Domain Name News' started by dog, Aug 22, 2018.

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  3. dog

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    Surprised people are not more excited about .IE growth. :)
     
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    I don't think @dog said anything about becoming a registrar, there wasn't anything referring to that aspect on the linked pages he gave. It's about .ie being opened up, where anyone with a connection to Ireland, can now register .ie domains, whereas recently, before they did their consultation on making it easier for the public to register a domain, it was difficult to get a .ie domain, even if it was only your name or a nickname, there were hoops to jump through.

    I was thinking about registering a few (I have an Irish passport) to potentially sell on, there are plenty of good names available to reg.
     
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    Yes I don't understand what becoming a registrar had to do with this conversation.

    Seems that way.

     
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    Errr that’s like saying I’m going invest in .uk but I’m going to renew them at 123-reg at £9.99

    You would become a Nominet member and get £3.75 ?
     
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