Rightside Released Collision Domains Names For 30 Of Its New gTLDs

rightsideRightside released thousands of domains names that were originally blocked on the ICANN Name Collision List on January 17, 2015. Complete lists of the collision domains are available to download.

The domain names were on the collision lists on these 30 Rightside New gTLDs:


The domain names released will be available on a first come, first serve basis and are subject to trademark claims period in the TMCH (Trademark Clearinghouse) for 90 days.

Successful Sunrise applications made on Rightside TLDs delegated before 18 August will resolve after 14 January 2015. Successful Sunrise applications made on TLDs delegated after 18 August (.FORSALE, .BAND and .RIP) will resolve in the quiet period between the Sunrise and Early Access Phases.

Of course, as usual some of the released names will be reserved by the registry and some of the names will be released as premium names with higher renewal fees.

You can download the complete collision lists at 101domain.com. You can also find sorted lists at Hexonet.net.

There are some remarkable news coming from Rightside registry that I learned during NamesCon but more on that soon.


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.


  1. Home.Mortgage at $60,000….I am tempted to mortgage the home…..Although, I am unsure of the renewal price and was unable to get the info in the shopping cart. Is it $60,000 per year?

  2. there are some nice ones on the list .. reifen.kaufen (buy tires in german) .. but sadly gone a week ago

  3. The renewal looks to be 59.5k at 101domain

  4. Wow…so many new TLDs…a little too many :O

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