What is a ccTLD?

Every country in the world has a country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) that consists of two letters denoting the country on the internet.

Some Country Code Domains are limited, which means that you must meet particular conditions in order to register a domain name in that region, such as having a physical address or a business license. Other Country Code Domains are uncontrolled, allowing anyone to register one. We have global connections and offer our proprietary Trustee Services, allowing you to register a name in any nation in the world, even if you do not live there.

Many of these Country Code Domains are also accessible as Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs), which allow the domain name to be registered using characters from the country’s native alphabet.

Each of our Country Code Domains has its own page on our website. Once you’ve found the nation and country code domain you’re looking for, click on it to view all of the available second and third level domains. When combined with Country Code Domains, second level domains such as.gov and.mil have highly particular criteria and restrictions.

Updated on March 26, 2024

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