Dot Chinese Online & Dot Chinese Website

Dot Chinese Online & Dot Chinese Website

The essential new Chinese TLDs
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Dot Chinese Online (.在线) & Dot Chinese Website (.中文网) are the essential new Chinese TLDs. Dot Chinese Online is the perfect TLD for Chinese businesses and services — such as "" or "". Dot Chinese Website is perfect for Chinese language version websites and media sites — such as "Nokia's Chinese Language Website" or "The New York Times Chinese Edition". Both TLDs are operated by TLD Registry Ltd, and will go live in the first quarter of 2014.

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Non-English "IDN Email" Addresses Are Finally Working!

Late this afternoon (Tuesday, August 5th, 2014), Google announced a long-awaited and highly anticipated change that took place today with Gmail, which will surely be remembered as one of the most important milestones in the history of internet email: The "client-side" implementation of non-Latin, character-based Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) email. more»

TLD Registry to Speak at Inaugural World Domain Day India

We are excited to announce that TLD Registry's CEO Arto Isokoski and CMO Simon Cousins will be highlighted guest speakers at India's inaugural World Domain Day.  more»

Independent Endorsement of Dot Chinese Online & Dot Chinese Website

FairWinds' Founding Partner, Phil Lodico, mentions several business, social and cultural benefits that registrants enjoy with fully-Chinese domain names. more»

New Online Tool Helps Non-Chinese Speakers to Invest in Chinese Domain Names

The extensive media coverage our domains' strong performance has resulted in our fielding dozens of enquiries from western domain name investors who want to know how other western domainers selected such great domains. The simple answer, of course, is that they got some help from Chinese domain name experts. more»

TLD Registry Sponsored Xinnet's Partner Conference in Nanjing

TLD Registry's 2nd Principal Sponsorship of China's largest domain name registrar, Xinnet's partner conference roadshow concluded in Nanjing today. more»

The Future of Chinese Domain Names (a Panel Discussion)

During TLD Registry's March 21 premium domain name auction in Macau, DomainIncite's Kevin Murphy moderated a 20-minute panel discussion on the future of Chinese IDNs. more»

Asia's First New gTLD Premium Domain Name Live Auction Slated for March 21

TLD Registry Ltd, the home of the essential new Chinese TLDs Dot Chinese Online (.在线) & Dot Chinese Website (.中文网) confirmed today that its first major live auction event will be staged in China's Macau on March 21, 2014. more»

Sunrise Begins for Dot Chinese Online & Dot Chinese Website

Trademark owners which are registered in the Trademark Clearinghouse may reserve fully Chinese domain names in Dot Chinese Online and Dot Chinese Website. more»

TLD Registry Ltd Announces Starting Roster of 26 Chinese and International Registrars

TLD Registry Ltd the owner-operator of the Chinese New gTLDs Dot Chinese Online (.在线) and Dot Chinese Website (.中文网) announced today its starting roster of registrars. The registry's international network of partners comprises 26 leading domain name registrars serving every continent and major region of the world. more»

TLD Registry to Partner with Sedo for Dot Chinese Online & Dot Chinese Website Premium Domain Names

TLD Registry Ltd, the leading internet domain name registry for fully-Chinese domain names, today announced it has contracted with Sedo for its upcoming premium domain names program. more»

Go-Live Schedule for Dot Chinese Online & Dot Chinese Website TLDs Announced

IDNs in the Dot Chinese Online (.在线) and Dot Chinese Website (.中文网) top level domains (TLDs) will be introduced to the global internet according to ICANN rules, beginning on January 17, 2014. ICANN is the world's governing body for domain names. more»

Pre-Delegation Testing for Dot Chinese Online (.在线) & Dot Chinese Website (.中文网) Begins

PDT, an ICANN requirement for all New gTLDS, is a series of technical tests to ensure a gTLD is fully operational before it goes live. Passing the PDT means our revolutionary Chinese gTLDs met the technical and operational criteria required by ICANN and will have stable operational performance once they go live. more»

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