Top Level Domain Holdings Limited (AIM: TLDH.L), the only publicly traded company focused exclusively on acquiring and operating new generic top-level domains ("gTLDs"), today announces its unaudited interim results for the 6 months ended 30 April 2012 (the "Period").
Executive Chairman, Peter Dengate Thrush, commented:
"The Board is excited about the prospects for the development of the Group. The Company's strategy continues to be one of building a portfolio of gTLD applications in its own name and for its clients.
With clients from Brazil, New Zealand, Canada, the UK and the USA, and a varied portfolio of gTLDs, we are the third largest applicant behind Donuts Inc. and Google Inc. We look forward to the first of our gTLDs going live in 2013."
A full copy of the unaudited interim accounts is available at www.tldh.org.
About Top Level Domain Holdings Limited
Top Level Domain Holding is a publicly traded holding company listed on the London AIM market. The company is only publicly traded company exclusively focused on the new top-level domain space. Top-level domains, such as .com, run by VeriSign (NASDAQ: VRSN), and .biz, run by Neustar (NYSE: NSR), are regulated by ICANN. ICANN has announced plans to expand the number of top-level domains. TLDH is making targeted investments in this space, focusing on both infrastructure technologies and specific top-level domains.
Minds and Machines LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Top Level Domains Holdings Limited.
About Minds + Machines
Minds + Machines (LSE:MMX) is a leading owner and operator of new generic Top Level Domains ("gTLDs"), and provides registry services to a range of high-profile clients. The Group also provides domain name services to consumers through its wholly owned registrar operations in the US and Europe. Learn More
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