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Type: Corporation
Industry: Registrar
Founded: Monaco, 1999
Headquarters: 27, Bd des Moulins
Country: Monaco
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png@namebay

NameBay boasts a considerable scope as a domain name registrar, providing its customers with over fifty types of domain name extensions.[1]

The company also specializes in a number of services associated with domain names and provides management options for owned domain names.

NameBay was one of the founding members of the Internet Council of Registrars in the year 1997, and has been accredited not only by ICANN, but also by every major registry operator. Their range of auxiliary services include the usual DNS management, but also URL forwarding and other services.[2]


Operating from Monaco, as well as from Milan and Brussels, the company has an operational capital of over 3.4 million euros.[3]

The company serves nearly 70,000 clients, of which nearly 700 are dealers. This company has a client base that includes not only individuals, but also resellers, corporate accounts and clients in the brand management industry.[4]

The company is capable of registering gTLDs , ccTLDs, and sTLDs.[5] Besides, the company offers an array of highly effective tools to its customers.

The organization also actively participates in meetings of control organizations and continuously seeks to enhance the services it offers.[6]

Products and Services

Supply, Negotiation, Transfer and Purchase: Besides supplying TLDs, NameBay also oversees customer's operations, including negotiations, purchase and transfer of domains, it also offers monitoring services and surveillance of an IP. [7]

Monitoring of Ownership: Of course, as with most such providers, the company monitors a customer's domains and provides notifications when they are close to expiring.

Legal Advice and Support: The company also offers its customers the advantages of legal support, both to protect the intellectual property of their clients, as also to enable them to better take part in negotiations with third party owners of desired domain names. [8]


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