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What is a Domain Name? FAQ (EN) Domain Name Fundamentals

A domain name is a unique, human-readable string of characters that represents the address of a website or web-based service on the internet. It serves as a memorable and convenient way for users to access websites without needing to remember the numerical I...

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What is a Domain Name Registrar? FAQ (EN) Domain Name Fundamentals is an ICANN-accredited domain registrar What does it mean? A domain registrar is a company or service that allows individuals or organizations to register and purchase domain names for their websites. Domain registrars are accredited by the Inte...

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What are IDN Domains? FAQ (EN) Domain Name Fundamentals

IDN stands for Internationalized Domain Name. IDN domains allow for domain names to be registered using non-Latin characters.Before the introduction of IDN domains, domain names were limited to the 26 letters of the Latin alphabet, along with the numbers 0-9 a...

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What is a Premium Domain Name? FAQ (EN) Domain Name Fundamentals

Premium domains are domain names that have been previously registered and are considered more valuable than regular domain names due to their length, keyword relevance, or memorability. These domain names are often shorter, more brandable, and more memorable t...

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Privacy Services FAQ (EN) Domain Management

Secure your Domain Privacy Since May 25th, 2018, European and generic top-level domains have limited the amount of Whois data available on the internet to comply with the European data privacy regulation (GDPR).However, the registrant's data still needs t...

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What is Domain Name Service (DNS)? FAQ (EN) Domain Name Fundamentals

DNS stands for Domain Name System. It is a system used to translate human-readable domain names (like into machine-readable IP addresses (like When you type a domain name into your web browser, your computer sends a request to a D...

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