Google Early Registration for .Dev Domains Top Level Gtld
Google announced early registration for .Dev Top-Level Domains GTLD which is now open for the public. The CIO of Google, Ben Fried published a blog post on Feb 19, 2019 and wrote that “Google Registry is announcing .Dev, a brand new top-level domain (TLD) that’s dedicated to developers and technology.”
What is .Dev gTLD (Top-Level Domain)?
.Dev is a top-level domain name which is owned by Google. When ICANN launched new generic top-level domains (gTLD) program in 2015, at the time Search Giant acquired gTLD’s like .app, .page and .dev (also owns .soy) and from now .Dev is available for general public.
Why .Dev gTLD?
Google accentuates that .Dev is particularly well-suited for developers, designers, writers architectures and technology. A brand new top-level domain is secure for developers and technology. You can build communities, learn latest technologies and showcase your projects like programming software – one stop solution for all thing that you build.
Another big advantage of using .dev domain that it is HTTPS secured by default to protect your website against ad malware and tracking injection by internet service providers, so the users will be safe while browsing.
How Much It Cost For .Dev gTLD?
As part of Early Access Program, .Dev domains are available with additional fee. You can secure your desired domains available in $11,500 from Feb 19 – 20, but the price will continue to drop in the next coming days until early access registration close on February 28th with $12 regular fees for the renewal.
Note: There is no additional costs beyond the standard annual fee.
How To Buy .Dev gTLD?
As a part of Early Access Registration for .Dev gTLD is now open, you can buy it from various Google’s partners including GoDaddy, Namecheap.com, Network Solutions, and of course, Google Domains.
As part of the Early Access Program you can find your desired domain name that you want, you will be connect with official partners where you can get start for registration or visit Get.dev.