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Icons gtlds.png A Top-Level Domain (TLD, also sometimes referred to as a string) is the last part of a domain name, for example, .com, .net, .us, .info, etc., and encompasses numerous different types.


Country Code Top-Level Domains (ccTLDs)

Internationalized Domain Name

Generic Top Level Domains

New gTLD Program
The New gTLD Program is a current program to add an unlimited number of new gTLDs to the root zone. Below are a number of related resources.

Generic Applications

Geographic Applications

Brand Applications

IDN Applications

All New gTLD Applications

Community TLDs

Launch Schedules


Program Committee

Applicant Guidebook