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# [[Donuts]] (Wild Bloom, LLC) - This applicant submitted a [[PIC|Public Interest Commitment]], which can be downloaded [https://gtldresult.icann.org/application-result/applicationstatus/applicationdetails/701 here].
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# [[Richemont DNS Inc.]]<ref>[http://gtldresult.icann.org/application-result/applicationstatus/viewstatus Jewelry Status, ICANN.org]</ref> - This applicant submitted a [[PIC|Public Interest Commitment]], which can be downloaded [https://gtldresult.icann.org/application-result/applicationstatus/applicationdetails/1155 here].
  
 
===Richemont DNS Inc.===
 
===Richemont DNS Inc.===

Revision as of 02:15, 13 March 2013

Status: Proposed
country: International
Registry: Donuts
Registry Backend: Donuts
Type: Generic
Category: Industry
Priority #: 846 - Donuts (Wild Bloom, LLC)
1870 - Richemont DNS Inc.
nTLDStats
Registrations: 4,028
Parked Domains: 2,022
Parked Domain %: 50.2 %
Important Dates
Delegation: 16 April 2015
General Availability: 29 July 2015

More Information: NTLDStatsLogo.png

.jewelry is a proposed TLD in ICANN's New gTLD Program.

Applicants

  1. Donuts (Wild Bloom, LLC) - This applicant submitted a Public Interest Commitment, which can be downloaded here.
  2. Richemont DNS Inc.[1] - This applicant submitted a Public Interest Commitment, which can be downloaded here.

Richemont DNS Inc.

The application was issued a GAC Early Warning from the representative of Australia and GAC Chair, Heather Dryden. The warning system is noted as a strong recommendation on behalf of national governments to the ICANN Board that a given TLD application should be denied as it stands. Applicants are encouraged to work with objecting GAC members.[2]

The warning states that the applicant is "seeking exlcusive access to a common generic string .. that relates to a broad market sector," which Ms. Dryden notes could have unintended consequences and a negative impact on competition.[3]

References