nTLDS are New Top-Level Domains that are approved by The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ICANN. New TLDs include domains like .apartments, .app, .catering and .center. If you want to get an nTLD approved, there is a specific process that needs to be undertaken. ICANN reviews the request. The request of domain should comply with the points mentioned under the Applicant Guidebook.
Once the application has passed all the phases, the next step is to sign the nTLD agreement. There are two types of fee that needs to be paid: a fixed fee (US$6,250 per calendar quarter) and a one-time transaction fee that is US$0.25
iNET Systems offers a domain marketplace to let you buy your favorite TLDs. You can also become a seller and resell your unused domains. Do you wish to have a domain registered or sell an unused business domain? Feel free to contact an iNET expert today.