Difference between revisions of ".art"

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'''.art''' is a proposed [[gTLD]] string under [[ICANN's New gTLD Program|new gTLD expansion program]]. [[Aremi Group]], a company based in Luxembourg confirmed its application for the string. According to the company its primary objective it promote art and the string will serve as the primary online destination for creative individuals, art collectors, art institutions and organizations worldwide. <ref>[http://domainnamewire.com/wp-content/dot-art.pdf Aremi Group S.A. is pleased to announce its official application for the .art new gTLD]</ref>
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'''.art''' is a proposed [[gTLD]] string under [[ICANN]]'s [[New gTLD Program|new gTLD expansion program]]. [[Aremi Group]], a company based in Luxembourg confirmed its application for the string. According to the company its primary objective it promote art and the string will serve as the primary online destination for creative individuals, art collectors, art institutions and organizations worldwide. <ref>[http://domainnamewire.com/wp-content/dot-art.pdf Aremi Group S.A. is pleased to announce its official application for the .art new gTLD]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 06:02, 12 May 2012

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Status: proposed
country: International
Manager: Aremi Group
Registry: UK Creative Ideas Limited
Registry Backend: CentralNic
Type: Niche gTLD
nTLDStats
Registrations: 77,359
Parked Domains: 31,696
Parked Domain %: 40.97 %
Important Dates
Delegation: 23 June 2016
General Availability: 10 May 2017

More Information: NTLDStatsLogo.png

.art is a proposed gTLD string under ICANN's new gTLD expansion program. Aremi Group, a company based in Luxembourg confirmed its application for the string. According to the company its primary objective it promote art and the string will serve as the primary online destination for creative individuals, art collectors, art institutions and organizations worldwide. [1]

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