Own third level domain zone

Started by obmenneg.com, Aug 20, 2022, 01:05 AM

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There is a beautiful and short enough domain name, the theme of which is in demand. How is it possible to turn it into a full-fledged third-level domain zone and distribute / sell domains in this zone to people? Theoretically, technically, legally - what is needed for that? Just wondering.
Who will tell?


That is your domain name. See how others have done it, WHOIS server, etc.
The hardest thing to force to buy third-level domains. Or do you have a goal to sell?

You can distribute even without a public database. To keep up to date, simply sent out renewal links with an expiration date. Moreover, the validity of the link could be a year, especially if it is not sent out annually.

And just in case, I'll remind you. For everything that happens on third-level domains, the owner of the second-level domain is primarily responsible.


I have a suggestion. There are many two-letter country codes (ccTLDs).
All of them relate to a particular country, often to one in which there is not a single Internet user at all. It is proposed to introduce one "fictional" country code that would become the material embodiment of the world of miracles and science fiction, the "territory" of magic, adventure, childhood, occult and mystical disciplines, everything unknown, mysterious and unexplained (perhaps also treasure hunters, dowsers, forecasts, psychoanalysis, interpretation of dreams, ancient cults).
To do this, it is proposed to choose the name of the country of Oz ( .oz).