One of the longest established candidates for a new generic Top Level Domain (gTLD), dotBERLIN, have denied reports that .BERLIN domain names will cost â¬30 each, assuming the gTLD is approved in ICANNâs gTLD process.
In an interview with DomainesInfo dotBERLIN CEO Dirk Krischenowski, Krischenowski outlines the support from the Berlin community. He says they have âover 100 partners representing individuals and also tens of thousands of small, medium and large enterprises from nearly every sector in Berlin: Internet, tourism, publishers, facility management.â
On the report that each domain name will cost â¬30, Krischenowski says this is untrue. While the price has not been determined, he says it will âbe as inexpensive as possibleâ, but will not compete with .DE domains, probably with the â¬10 to â¬20 range.
To read the full interview with dotBERLINâs CEO Dirk Krischenowski, see domainesinfo.fr/english/315/.php.