Verisign have opened their Hebrew internationalised domain name, ×§××., for registration, with General Availability on a first come, first served basis, having commenced on 5 November.
×§××. which translates to “place” is a new generic top level domain (new gTLD) and has been created to help individuals and businesses build or expand their online presence and capture more Hebrew-speaking customers by connecting with those customers online in their own language. ×§××. also helps make Hebrew domain names easier for native Hebrew speakers to type and remember. Best of all, ×§××. is trustworthy because itâs operated by Verisign, the same company that brings you .com.
Both IDN and ASCII/Latin character second-level domain names may be registered in ×§××.