Valideus helps brand owners, professional associations and community leaders to evaluate the ICANN new gTLD opportunity, to navigate the application process and to manage secure registries. We also provide registrant validation services, consultancy on policy and training.
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ICANN has proposed a process that would allow new gTLD registry operators to start selling two-letter second level domains that match country codes and are currently being blocked by the corresponding Governments, subject to certain conditions. For gTLD registries to sell these domains, which many regard as valuable, they must offer a 30 day exclusivity period in which governments and the relevant ccTLD registry operators can secure the two-letter domain that corresponds to their ccTLD.