Difference between revisions of ".one"

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|priority = 822 - [[One.com A/S]]<br>850 - [[Radix]] (DotAbout Inc.)
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|priority = 822 - [[One.com A/S]]<br><s>850 - [[Radix]] (DotAbout Inc.)</s>
 
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'''.one''' is a proposed [[TLD]] in [[ICANN]]'s [[New gTLD Program]].
 
'''.one''' is a proposed [[TLD]] in [[ICANN]]'s [[New gTLD Program]].
==Current Applicants==
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==Current Applicant==
 
# [[One.com A/S]]
 
# [[One.com A/S]]
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==Previous Applicant==
 
# [[Radix]] (DotAbout Inc.).<ref>[http://newgtlds.icann.org/en/program-status/application-results/strings-1200utc-13jun12-en Reveal Day 13 June 2012 – New gTLD Applied-For Strings]</ref>
 
# [[Radix]] (DotAbout Inc.).<ref>[http://newgtlds.icann.org/en/program-status/application-results/strings-1200utc-13jun12-en Reveal Day 13 June 2012 – New gTLD Applied-For Strings]</ref>
 
===Radix===
 
===Radix===
Radix received a [[GAC]] Early Warning as an entire applicant, where each one of the applicants was flagged by the U.S. Government. This seems to be the only time a portfolio applicant had all of their applications warned. The issue does not deal with the technical capabilities or thematic content of their applications, but rather the inclusion of an email address associated with the US' Federal Bureau of Investigation. It seems that Radix included correspondence with this address as a recommendation with each of their applications.<ref>[https://gacweb.icann.org/download/attachments/22938690/RadixReg-US-31.pdf?version=1&modificationDate=1353452704000 RadixReg. GACweb.ICANN.org] Retrieved 27 Nov 2012</ref>  
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Radix received a [[GAC]] Early Warning as an entire applicant, where each one of the applicants was flagged by the U.S. Government. This seems to be the only time a portfolio applicant had all of their applications warned. The issue does not deal with the technical capabilities or thematic content of their applications, but rather the inclusion of an email address associated with the US' Federal Bureau of Investigation. It seems that Radix included correspondence with this address as a recommendation with each of their applications.<ref>[https://gacweb.icann.org/download/attachments/22938690/RadixReg-US-31.pdf?version=1&modificationDate=1353452704000 RadixReg. GACweb.ICANN.org] Retrieved 27 Nov 2012</ref>
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==Private Auction==
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One.com won the rights to the .one string in a [[Private auction]] administered by [[Right of the Dot]]. The auction was a "single sealed bid second price" model, which means that both companies submit sealed bids, the bids are opened under video surveillance, and the winner 
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
{{reflist}}
 
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Revision as of 20:43, 24 February 2014

Status: Proposed
Registry: One Registry
Registry Backend: GoDaddy
Type: Generic
Category: Technology
Priority #: 822 - One.com A/S
850 - Radix (DotAbout Inc.)
nTLDStats
Registrations: 95,175
Parked Domains: 43,157
Parked Domain %: 45.34 %
Important Dates
Delegation: 22 January 2015
General Availability: 20 May 2015

More Information: NTLDStatsLogo.png

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

Current Applicant

  1. One.com A/S

Previous Applicant

  1. Radix (DotAbout Inc.).[1]

Radix

Radix received a GAC Early Warning as an entire applicant, where each one of the applicants was flagged by the U.S. Government. This seems to be the only time a portfolio applicant had all of their applications warned. The issue does not deal with the technical capabilities or thematic content of their applications, but rather the inclusion of an email address associated with the US' Federal Bureau of Investigation. It seems that Radix included correspondence with this address as a recommendation with each of their applications.[2]

Private Auction

One.com won the rights to the .one string in a Private auction administered by Right of the Dot. The auction was a "single sealed bid second price" model, which means that both companies submit sealed bids, the bids are opened under video surveillance, and the winner

References