OpenSRS will begin accepting domain registrations that have a registered claim with the Trademark Clearinghouse.
For the first 90 days after a new TLD enters the General Availability phase, a … Continue Reading
On March 6, CIRA, the .CA registry operator, will change their data validation rules. Please keep in mind that on this date, CIRA will become more strict about owner data … Continue Reading
New regulations and procedures as per ICANN’s 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement are now live. Here’s some important information you need to know:
Validating a registrant’s email address
Effective immediately, … Continue Reading
On December 3rd, the first of many new TLDs will arrive at OpenSRS! We’ll be launching sunrise registrations for 14 new domain extensions and will also begin accepting registrations for … Continue Reading
As we have detailed in previous posts, the 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA), which is the formal contract between ICANN and registrars, contains a number of new provisions around selling … Continue Reading
We have some exciting news to share. In the coming weeks and months, you will see numerous improvements to our new OpenSRS control panel.
The first step is to upgrade … Continue Reading
If you buy or sell domain names, you’ve probably heard about the upcoming launch of new TLDs. By the middle of next year, we will likely be awash in new … Continue Reading
Earlier this year, we set up an informational page detailing our position and outlook on the topic of new TLDs. Since then, and particularly since the conclusion of ICANN’s 46th … Continue Reading
Given the mainstream media coverage, chances are you’ve heard of the changes coming to the domain name space over the next two years. Thanks to ICANN’s decision to vastly … Continue Reading
It’s been a busy few months for ccTLDs at OpenSRS. With so much happening, we thought it would be a good time to provide an update on all the good … Continue Reading