Frequently Asked Questions for .WIKI domain names and Computer & Tech
A gTLD (generic Top Level Domain) is the set of characters that follows the dot at the end of a website address. A multitude of new domain extensions (new gTLDs), such as .CAMERA, .SPORT, or .WEB, are being released to the Internet as an alternative to established addresses such as .COM or .NET.
Why should I register a domain name under .WIKI?
You can choose from hundreds of domain extensions suitable for your website's needs to highlight its unique virtual identity. What is more, with .WIKI extension you can expect your website to turn up in more searches and attract more online traffic.
When will .WIKI be available?
The terms of each phase depend on the Registry that manages the new gTLDs. In the case of .WIKI, the specific dates will be released as soon as they are available to the public. Currently, the following information is available:
Sunrise: 03 Mar 2014 - 05 May 2014
Landrush: 08 May 2014 - 22 May 2014
General Availability: 26 May 2014
Why should I pre-register a .WIKI domain now?
We will bring you up to date on any developments concerning your pre-registered .WIKI domain, including pricing and regulations information, once these have been published by the registry responsible for .WIKI.
What is the cost of pre-registering a .WIKI domain?
The use of our gTLD pre-registration module is at no cost to you and without any commitment to a future purchase. Please be advised that pre-registration of .WIKI is not a queue. Although we will try our best, we are unable to provide any kind of guarantee that pre-registration will actually result in the successful registration of your selected domain within .WIKI.
Are there any limitations on .WIKI pre-registrations?
No, with EuropeID you are free to pre-register as many WIKI as you wish free of charge. However, although we will try our best, we cannot provide any kind of guarantee that pre-registration will lead to the successful registration of your chosen domain within .WIKI.
Are trademarks applicable in .WIKI domain registration?
If you are a brand holder, it is essential that you register your trademark(s) with the Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) before .WIKI is released. There are two ways to protect your brands at the TMCH: with a Sunrise Service and a Trademark Claims Service. EuropeID further offer a Managed TMCH Submissions service. Managed Trademark Clearinghouse
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Do I have to register a .WIKI that I pre-registered?
Pre-registration of .WIKI names with EuropeID is at no cost to you and with no commitment to buy the domain name later on. By expressing your interest in a .WIKI name and pre-registering it, you can be certain of our assistance in keeping you up to date on any developments concerning .WIKI.
Why would I want to pre-register .WIKI with EuropeID?
Founded in 1998, EuropeID is an established domain registrar and an accredited agent of the Trademark Clearinghouse that prides itself on an outstanding performance and a large number of satisfied customers. If you need more information regarding the pre-registration process, please feel free to contact our Support Team at email@example.com
or by calling on +44 (0) 20 4571 1971.
Can anyone register a domain name under .WIKI?
The registration requirements may be different for each new extension depending on which category they belong to and which registry is offering them.
How do I host my .WIKI domain name?
EuropeID' services include hosting and email service for .WIKI domains. To order hosting, email service and SSL certificates, Hosting
or contact our Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
or via phone on +44 (0) 20 4571 1971.
Do I have to configure my DNS?
It is possible for all the .WIKI domain names to be hosted on your own name servers. If you do not specify any name servers, we will provide DNS for your .WIKI domains at no additional cost.