.BOO, Get Your .RSVP Domain

Google Registry TLDs

Google Registry has launched it’s .rsvp and .boo top-level domains, currently available through their Early Access Programmes through until 15 November where preferred domain names can be registered for an additional one-time fee which decreases each day. Then from 15 November General Availability commences for both TLDs.

Google is pushing .rsvp as the go to domain for events organisers, for tourism operators in the business of selling tickets to their service. It can be used for weddings, parties, anything, including throwing a fundraiser or accepting bookings for a tourism business. A memorable .rsvp domain can be used for a website where guests confirm their plans. For .boo, it’s about fun – for websites for love, laughs or a surprise.

The launch schedule for both new generic top-level domains (new gTLDs) has been (with all phases beginning and ending at 16:00 UTC):

  • 4 October to 7 November: Sunrise, where trademark holders who have submitted their trademark to the Trademark Clearinghouse can register .boo and .rsvp domains.
  • 8 to 15 November: Early Access Period (EAP), where anyone can register available .boo and .rsvp domains for an extra fee, which decreases each day leading up to General Availability.
  • 15 November and onwards: General Availability, where anyone can register available .boo and .rsvp domains without paying an EAP fee.

A claims period for both new gTLDs will run indefinitely, during which trademark owners will receive notification when their marks are registered as domains.

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