.Online Gets 600+ EAP Day 5 Domain Name Registrations

radix-onlineDay 5 of EAP started yesterday for .Online and in the first 45 minutes there were 532 domain name registrations.

Registrants pay about $150 more on EAP day 5 on top of the registration price.

Later in the day Radix Registry informed me that they had already seen 590+ EAP requests. Today’s zone files show that more than 600 domains (the number is somewhere between 640 and 700) were registered in EAP day 5 with only a few hours into it. Tomorrow I will have more complete stats.

Across the last 5 days,  .online has received 715 EAP requests in total and Radix is confident the number will grow with 2 more days of EAP to go. They have seen requests for generics like orderfood.online, crowdsourcing.online, battle.online, dontations.online, shares.online, assistance.online.  Additionally, 10+ premium domains have also been registered during the early access phase.

.Online seems to have broken the highest record held by .news of 400 registrations on day 5 of EAP. .Online had 775 sunrise orders.

The Early Access for .online goes on until 26th August, 15:59 and general availability starts at 16:00 on 26th August.

Have you bought any .online yet?

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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.

7 comments

  1. Count is currently at 723 according to Radix.

  2. Thanks for sharing. I personally bought many .online domains so I following these numbers very close. Let’s see.

  3. I see many people buying Keyword1Keyword2 DOT Keyword 3

    which I think deceives the whole point of GTLDS, and simplicity

  4. “general availability starts at 16:00 on 26th August.” – What time zone please?

  5. konsta, where to check registered new gTLD registration or renewal cost previously I use to check @ 101domain now just showing the price for available domains not the registered ones.

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