8 Websites That Already Use A .Green Domain Name

greenHere are the first 8 websites, with screenshots, that use a .green domain name that are already live.

.Green entered general availability today, March 24, 2015: 13:00 UTC.

.Green domain names are now open to everyone on a first-come, first-served basis.

These domain names are all part of the .green registry founders program or are run by the registry itself:
BigPromoter.green
green-websites1

Domains.green
green-websites2

NPOex.green
green-websites3

Signature.green
green-websites4

Thinc.green
green-websites5

Andalucia.green
green-websites6

VictoryGardens.green
green-websites7

 

Going.green
green-websites8

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

5 comments

  1. I just registered

    Selfsustaining.green
    reusableresources.green

    those were 2 of the total 5 names that I could even think of that would relevant.

  2. Retodded I think the break in your domain, really makes it look cheesy, keyword1keyword2 DOT Extension, just looks unprofessional

    I don’t blame you they reserved all the good names, and some of the examples shown above are the registries own sites, but you wasted $120 for nothing.

    Keyword1.Extension is the only real use

    • I agree.
      I only like 1 word new gtlds with very very few exceptions.

    • I suppose , but self sustainability and renewable resources are practically synonymous with he green movement. Those two concepts can’t be communicated in 1 word, but I think to an end user in this particular case, they don’t look as worthless as they do to the majority of domain investors .

      People are more
      Gung ho and passionate when it comes to the green movement and the environment than a lot of businesses are about their own businesses, and I think a lot of these dot green domains may likely be used for non-profits and lobbying groups and the like where they aren’t looking as much at being sophisticated in their branding as they are in getting their moral-driven purposes out on the table.
      In that sense, I think a subsection of this market for these domains aren’t going to be looking at them in the same business sense as most of these other new gltds and that’s where I would downplay the importance of the redundant cheesiness that these seem to portray.
      That being said, these types of groups are just as willing if not more to spend the money to their ideas out there in a domain that may be cheesy and redundant but at the sane time quite clear and concise as to what their purpose is.

      With all that being said, and the green movement seemingly increasingly in popularity globally, I figured I pick up at least a couple just to wait and see what happened. With this particles domain, knowing that its more about getting a message out as compared to trying to differentiate yourself with a sophisticated brand or name, I figured it was likely better odds going with the type I went with as compared to anything else.

      Again, did I have to buy any? No. But I see his green thing growing rather than doing anything else so I figured night well get a little piece if the pie if possible. Its not like we’ve never been surprised before with things like this.

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