Uniregistry weekly sales led by Gorgias.com

Uniregistry

Uniregistry released their top 20 sales for the week and Gorgias.com led the way at $34,500.

G02Greece.com was second at $21,000 and VueScan.com was third at $10,000.

Only.fans was the highest of the two non .com sales at $9,490.

Here are the Top 20 sales:
1. gorgias.com $34,500
2. go2greece.com $$21,000
3. vuescan.com $10,000
4. only.fans $9,490
5. agyl.com $8,800
7. werank.com $8,000
8. dreamview.com $8,000
9. autis.com $8,000
10. toysforgood.com $7,600
11. zweck.com $7,500
12. squama.com $7,000
14. nickelanddime.com $6,250
15. eclosings.com $6,000
16. civy.com $5,000
17. coversix.com $5,000
18. nzevents.com $5,000
19. ananda.net $4,200
20. braingame.com $4,000

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AUCTION RECAP OF NOVEMBER 18, 2019

A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on November 18, 2019.

If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the domain auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.

Other Names at Auction

Ski.io At auction but they really don’t want to sell

At $500 with 5 days left

GoDaddy Names at Auction

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Namejet Names at Auction

The 5N.com sales are getting boring to watch as clear prices have been set based on numbers and patterns. I’ll skip any 5N sales until something changes.

fysh.com $6,325
zipay.com $5,188
prezervatif.com $2,422
dearden.com $1,040
Inadequate.com $998
luver.com $911
ParentingWeekly.com $910
wmmj.com $600
navajas.com $577
umza.com $575

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Recent Uniregistry Brokerage Domain Name Sales Data

Uniregistry Brokerage has been sharing its top 20 domain name sales each week that can be reported (many sales include a non-disclosure agreement and cannot be shared) with domain industry news sites, so today I take a look at these sales and break down some data to share with you.

Of the 200 reported sales over the past 2 months, 170 of those were $5,000 or greater. I will focus on these 170 domain names.

16 of the 170 domain sales were other extensions than .com. The highest amount of those 16 was held by .co, which made up 4 of the 170 total sales reported, and .net followed with 3 reported sales.

Of the top 30 reported sales, 29 were .com. Simple.life was the one other non-dot-com in the top 30, which sold for $20,000 and ranked #23 of the top 30.

The average sales price of the top 30 domains was $37,545.

Taking a little bit of a different data set: “Exact Match Domains Registered” is the total amount of domains registered among all TLDs that match exactly to the domain that sold, minus the TLD. I compared the top 30 domain sales and looked at this number.

Of the top 29 reported domain name sales (excluding simple.life) by Uniregistry Brokerage over the past 2 months that could be reported, the average number of other TLDs registered exactly matching the domain name that sold was 32.55. Throwing out the highest and lowest numbers brought the average down to 30. That’s some very interesting data! So, on average of the top reported domain sales over the past 2 months by Uni, each domain that sold had about 30 exact match domains registered in other TLDs.

Veggie.com held the highest EMDs registered in other TLDs at 118 total. BlueSuit.com was the lowest at 7 total domains registered in other TLDs. To note, this data was gathered after the domain sale took place and was publicly reported. There is at least some chance that the buyers (or investors) registered domains after the sale. I would expect the data to be accurate in general either way.

Also to note, along with the EMDs registered, another important number can be the "broad match" total registered domains. This includes terms that contain something along with the EMD but this number needs to broken down manually for accuracy of relevance. For example, NavyBlueSuit.com is a broad match term, as is NavyBlueSuits.com. Both are relevant to the EMD in this case but BlueSuitcase.com which isn't as relevant is also included in the data and can skew it. The same can be said about BlueSuites.com and BlueSuitesHotel.com, for example, which are not relevant to "BlueSuit" but would be included in the broad match data.

Why is the EMD and Broad Match data important? I think it shows the demand in the term and as I have stated many times prior, demand is what increases the value of a domain name.

Going back to the batch of 170 total domains, I broke these down by “type”.

  • 24 of the sales were 1 word English dictionary terms. 9 of those 24 were in extensions other than .com. The 3 highest reported sales by dollar volume were all English dictionary terms and the .com extension. Joyride, Skew, and Hallow.
  • 70 of the 170 domains were 2 word English dictionary combinations.
  • 6 of the 170 were 3 word English dictionary combinations.
  • 16 of the 170 were 4 characters or less.
  • 56 of the 170 were classified as “other”.

Other classifications can be an English dictionary term like Lava and then include a character or non-English dictionary word with the term. So, LavaX.com for an example which sold for $10,000 would be classified as “other”.  To note, X seemed to stick out a little bit in this data set with several domain sales that started with or ended with X + with a dictionary term. LavaX.com ($10K), EagleX.com ($7.6K), CoolX.com ($7K) and Xclean.com ($5K) were the 4 that I noticed, each selling for at least $5K-$10K.

Domain name creation dates ranged from 1995 to 2019, with 32 of the 170 domains registered during the 1995-1999 time frame.

Note: The data gathered and shared is via the use of my personal tools. The accuracy of the data has not been verified by a third party, and should be considered only as a guide.

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151 Domain Discoveries for November 19th

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$290k in Sales on November 18th – Dae.com sold for $126,000 – Daily Market Report

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IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, November 19th

I didn’t catch any fish in New York last week, but I did freeze my ass off standing in a river while it was snowing. I’m being a bit dramatic, it wasn’t that bad since I had heat packs stuck all over me.

We were less than a mile from lake Ontario the, and there was lake effect snow and cloud cover most of the time we were there. I kept thinking, “why would anyone choose to live here?” I don’t mind some snow, but snowing all the time, 20 degrees in November, the potential for feet and feet of lake effect snow, and constant cloud cover, makes me want to visit only.

I dropped my iPhone X in the river, but was able to find it. Supposedly they’re water resistant, however if you’ve had the screen replaced they’re apparently not immune to water.

It seems to be working now, but for a day or two it was doing weird things.

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The No Bid List

AwesomeMaterial.com
BrainAchievement.com
CourageToOvercome.com
CreateTheHabit.com
CultureOfCool.com
DirtBlock.com
DoingWithout.com
EhEhEh.com
EliteHand.com
EnergyCaddy.com
EvilIndustry.com
ExploreCaves.com
FamiliarStory.com
FlexibleMoving.com
GatherBack.com
GoesTogether.com
GroundShip.com
GroupConstruct.com
GuidingTheWorld.com
HeartyHarvest.com
HistoryRetold.com
HogChow.com
IfOnlyMe.com
ImmunityYou.com
KeepOnReading.com
KinoGuru.com
KnowWalk.com
LendAlternative.com
LittleMethod.com
MadMore.com
MallHaul.com
MarriageEasy.com
MastermindTutor.com
MindPhoto.com
ModernSpeak.com
MyLifeConnect.com
NotWhatHappened.com
OffFood.com
OpticalKit.com
PassTheory.com
PopulationStudy.com
PowerfulLesson.com
PressTutor.com
ReduceTheOdds.com
ReputationAware.com
ReputationFirm.com
SafeInSafeOut.com
SafeRemovals.com
Scriptionary.com
Seabeard.com
SeeMeRight.com
ShapeLeader.com
SkillEngage.com
SledJack.com
SlyTrust.com
SocialComposer.com
SocialKindness.com
SolarOrWind.com
SpecialAppointment.com
StudyUser.com
TuneBee.com
TurboFormula.com
UltimateDisaster.com
UltraTruth.com
UniversalRevenue.com
UpSlack.com
VitalBeyond.com
YouCanGuru.com
ZipBonus.com

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intelio.com
TileInstaller.com
investro.com
karnal.com
TransportSafety.com
CallPath.com
lofti.com
Hieros.com
VeganPoint.com
WelcomeWeek.com
fermet.com
CreditForYou.com
RocketMouse.com
SocialCount.com
NuCasa.com
bozzolo.com
AboutSite.com
CannaDeliver.com
ExAgent.com
capaa.com
FrontWire.com
WealthySecrets.com
AdvantageLearning.com
EpicPodcast.com
ineedsecurity.com
DietDigest.com
dihola.com
kitzi.com
TheDazzle.com
ManMaker.com
MyStud.com
WarriorMind.com
jootz.com
HireTalents.com
vitonis.com
totoka.com
FlowCrypto.com
ImpactCrypto.com
LiteMy.com
CityAscent.com
SafetyClinic.com
Maddish.com
AgentKing.com
BrokerGrowth.com
MusicDemand.com
zikke.com
MoneyLogger.com
renuga.com
YourOptics.com
zobate.com
ChurchSucks.com
ExcellentJobs.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

AmazingMachines.com
zooke.com
UsedCarSale.com
EcoReporter.com
EcoStudent.com
ViSeta.com
MoonBlind.com
AllMyThings.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

cbcl.com
rmyd.com
frrl.com
yodm.com
bjvi.com
ctxv.com
duzx.com
qokl.com
rlwv.com
ijnq.com
ivbq.com
aojx.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

ksdi.net
szia.net
hris.info
lhpo.org
cenk.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

5t4.com
x5p.com

Brandables

bezeh.com
bojura.com
cebils.com
checers.com
cibatu.com
coffola.com
cuvaz.com
dibrex.com
feudist.com
gangilo.com
girdies.com
gozues.com
grevio.com
interevo.com
ionze.com
kniter.com
lisbox.com
mabbity.com
masiot.com
musett.com
numego.com
otozin.com
pelango.com
pharmito.com
piandos.com
pitosa.com
qivvi.com
shessie.com
silanci.com
sprowler.com
systive.com
telenso.com
trezal.com
twirtle.com
vaploy.com
vollog.com
yaflex.com
yizure.com
yotee.com
yotzy.com
zoyen.com

Some Numbers

688000.com
333362.com
553939.com
581616.com
401515.com
405959.com
351616.com
649292.com
423131.com
351919.com
402929.com
288177.com
759307.com
296039.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Shorty.me
Chronicle.me
Calling.cc
Viewing.us
Employees.me
Workmaster.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

VeganDoc.com
CannaSnitch.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

WildMonsters.com
CBxV.com
SmartEarplug.com
APHE.com
JVJF.com

Udqx.com
Moltera.com
OLXR.com
Uhzw.com
Расеl.соm

ForbiddenTube.com
LabDeep.com
RunningDress.com
AtomicCanna.com
Ximko.com
Pwizone.com
Islay.co
TotalSport.co
LeafSF.com
Cryptriq.com

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Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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CentralNic Acquires Domain Monetisation Company Team Internet

CentralNic Group plc has announced they have acquired the web services provider, Team Internet AG Germany, a leading domain name monetisation services provider, for $48 million ($45m in cash and $3m deferred), with the acquisition expected to immediately benefit the company financially.

The acquisition means CentralNic will become one of the world’s leading providers of domain name monetisation services with a proprietary platform that enables domain name investors to generate recurring advertising income from their assets.

“The acquisition of Team Internet is a natural extension of CentralNic’s domain sales business and a major step in adding domain related web services to CentralNic’s service offering,” said Ben Crawford, CEO of CentralNic. “It is another web-based recurring revenue business that will be significantly earnings enhancing for the financial year ending 31 December 2020.”

CentralNic has been on an acquisition splurge in recent years having acquired the German/Canadian registrar Hexonet and Ideego, a New Zealand registrar and the Australasian registrar TPP Wholesale, all in 2019. Other acquisitions have included the domain name portfolio of failed discount registrar AlpNames also this year while they acquired GlobeHosting Inc., a leading registrar and hosting provider in multiple markets including Romania and Brazil and the German Key-Systems, KeyDrive, both in 2018 as well as the Australasian instra group in 2015.

Team Internet is based in Munich, Germany, and has been around for 10 years. According to CentralNic’s announcement of the acquisition, Team Internet experienced an increase in revenues in the year ended 31 December 2017 due to the collapse of a competitor. Following a period of rationalisation and focus on retaining high quality customers, Team Internet’s revenues have reduced to levels that are stable and highly recurring in nature. From this revised base, Team Internet has returned to month on month revenue growth in Q3 2019.

Team Internet has approximately 35,000 individual customers signed to rolling contracts to monetise a total of more than 20 million domain names using Team Internet’s proprietary technology for matching domain names with the highest paying advertisers. These contracts earn revenues for Team Internet on a monthly recurring basis with high levels of retention.

The acquisition will add an additional 40 staff in Germany, shifting CentralNic’s critical mass with almost 200 engineering and other staff members based there. Team Internet is an extremely efficient automation-focused company which derives around $1.6m in revenues per staff with CentralNic’s focus being on opportunities to grow the business through CentralNic’s existing global sales and marketing networks and by bundling and cross-selling as opposed to cost savings. The Directors believe that domain monetisation is a service that could potentially be bundled with an estimated 30% of all domain name registrations. This represents a significant opportunity to the Group as CentralNic currently has 18.6 million domains under management as of 30 June 2019.

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Arcep Warns French Internet Players To Urgently Step Up IPv6 Adoption

Arcep has warned French internet players that with the supply of IPv4 addresses set to run out by the end of 2019 and “it has therefore become urgent, for the sake of competition and innovation, that all internet players switch over to IPv6” with “slowness of progress … especially significant amongst web hosting companies.”

Arcep, France’s Electronic Communications, Postal and Print media distribution Regulatory Authority (L’Autorité de régulation des communications électroniques, des postes et de la distribution de la presse), notes that RIPE-NCC has announced “the number of IPv4 addresses awaiting allocation exceeds the number of remaining IPv4 addresses. This shortage is already driving a significant increase in the price of these addresses in the secondary market, which creates a real barrier to entry for new entrants to the internet. It has therefore become urgent, for the sake of competition and innovation, that all internet players switch over to IPv6.”

To outline the seriousness of the problem, Arcep posted an expanded version of their barometer of the transition to IPv6 online, underscoring how far players are lagging behind. The barometer takes a look at all of the players along the internet chain, and the progress they are making in their transition to IPv6. It details the current status of deployments and includes the main operators’ forecasts for both fixed and mobile networks.

There are several new additions to this year’s scorecard from Arcep: information gathering has been expanded to include operators with between 5,000 and 3 million residential customers, while exclusive figures from partners such as Afnic, the .fr registry, helps supplement the barometer.

Once again this year, Arcep is alerting the public to the fact that the majority of players are not planning for a deployment that will enable them to deal with the dearth of IPv4 addresses, and urges the entire internet ecosystem to accelerate the pace of their transition – which is the only future-proof solution.

On fixed networks, Arcep has observed progress amongst the main telecom operators in France, but is calling on them to step up their efforts. Their deployment forecasts will not suffice to handle the shortage of IPv4 addresses. On mobile networks meanwhile, despite their efforts, Arcep is sending operators a warning about the sluggishness of their IPv6 deployments, and urges them to take the necessary steps to respond to the dearth of IPv4 resources.

The slowness of progress is especially significant amongst web hosting companies. Only 15.5% of the three and a half million websites with .fr, .re, .pm, .yt, .tf and .wf domain names are currently IPv6-enabled. And the percentage amongst mail servers is particularly alarming: with only 5.8% of them being IPv6-ready.


Status of the transition to IPv6 on the different links of the technical chain

To help combat the problem, the IPv6 task force held its first meeting on 15 November and it was open to all internet stakeholders (telcos, hosting companies, businesses, public sector players, etc.). Its goal is to help accelerate the transition to IPv6 by enabling participants to tackle specific problems and share best practices. It will meet twice a year.

During this first meeting, participants had an opportunity to interact during two workshops: one on the impact of the IPv4 shortage, and the other on IPv6 security issues. These workshops were preceded by talks from RIPE-NCC and ANSSI representatives.

The barometer is available in French only here [pdf].

To participate in the transition to IPv6, Arcep is encouraging interested parties to sign up for the task force [French only] here.

Arcep has also published the current status of IPv6 deployments and main operators’ forecasts for fixed and mobile networks in France, and their summary of findings is below:

On the fixed network

• 100% of SFR customers are already IPv6-compatible on xDSL, 60% on FttH and 0% on cable. There has been notable progress on making FttH customers IPv6-ready, even if their numbers remain small (fewer than 7%, all technologies combined). Upcoming activations also remain inadequate: between 25% and 35% by mid-2020 and between 45% and 55% by mid-2022. Because the vast majority of users will not take the initiative to enable IPv6 manually, Arcep is urging SFR to perform this configuration by default, as most other operators are doing.

• Bouygues Telecom has also made deployment efforts on its fixed networks (around 20% of customers were IPv6-ready as of mid-2019 compared to 2.5% in mid-2018) although IPv6 compatibility is still very low. Forecasts also remain far from sufficient (between 50% and 60% by mid-2022) to handle the shortage. Bouygues Telecom is being urged to increase the number of IPv6-ready customers, and to step up deployment efforts on its fixed network.

• The percentage of Free and Orange customers who are IPv6-ready is relatively high (around 80% and 68%, respectively) in addition to having increased. Projections for mid-2022 are encouraging (100% for Free and between 85% and 95% for Orange) but the shortage of IPv4 addresses requires an even greater acceleration in their transition.

• Arcep welcomes Free’s installation of new firmware on the vast majority of its boxes in May 2019, and the removal of the ability to deactivate IPv6, which significantly increases the use of IPv6 in France.

• All four operators are invited to make their products for businesses IPv6-compatible, and to begin the transition on fixed 4G as soon as possible.

On the mobile network

• Bouygues Telecom continues its mobile network deployments, with 79% of Android customers now IPv6-ready.

• Orange forecasts for Android customers are worth noting (between 15% and 25% by mid-2020 and between 45% and 55% by mid-2022) even if the operator is being urged to increase the number of IPv6-compatible devices.

• Bouygues Telecom and Orange made a remarkable push on iPhones in September 2019: 68% and 30% IPv6-ready, at the end of October 2019.

• Despite SFR’s forecasts for 2022, Arcep believes the pace of deployment and the targets are insufficient.

• It is particularly regrettable that that Free Mobile was unable to supply its forecasts.

• Operators are being called on to begin IPv6 deployment on all of their products, notably “data only” plans and those aimed at businesses.


.CO Celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week

Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), the world’s largest celebration of entrepreneurship, is currently underway and .CO has launched an annual worldwide campaign to support GEW and the creators, innovators and entrepreneurs who hustle hard every day to bring their big ideas and dreams to life.

From 18 to 24 November, GEW will touch the lives of more than 10 million people through 35,000 unique events, activities and competitions taking place in over 170 countries. In support of GEW, Neustar is launching a new worldwide campaign called “We Run on .CO,” which shares the stories of some of the innovative, exciting start-ups, creatives and entrepreneurs who are building the future on .CO.

To showcase the incredible impact that the .CO top level domain has had on the global start-up community, Neustar commissioned a film crew to crisscross the world filming short micro-documentary interviews with .CO community members in some of the cities with the most thriving entrepreneurial ecosystems, including: San Francisco, London, Medellin, New Delhi, Melbourne and New York City. The interviews feature the stories of the founders behind some of the most interesting new start-ups, early stage ventures, and emerging powerhouse brands.

In all, the digital campaign will feature seven micro-documentaries, showcasing these high-impact entrepreneurs:

  • Oropendola.co, Medellin, Colombia
  • TheHustle.co, San Francisco, California
  • CGVentures.co, London, United Kingdom
  • Naina.co, New Delhi, India
  • CreativeCubes.co, Melbourne, Australia
  • And.co, New York, New York
  • Adaslist.co, London, United Kingdom

“We are so excited to launch the We Run on .CO campaign, highlighting the inspiring community of creators, businesses and brands who are building their ideas on the .CO global platform,” said Lori Anne Wardi, VP of Branding for Neustar Registry Solutions. “More than a web utility, Colombia’s .CO TLD has become a dynamic, global digital brand – a platform where the brilliant ideas of a thriving community of innovators and entrepreneurs are coming to life each and every day.”

.CO has aimed itself as the domain for innovators and risk takers, hustling hard and turning ideas into reality. In fact, according to a global report released by Cisco Umbrella last month, .CO is the fifth most used TLD globally based on web traffic rankings. While global giants such as Google (g.co and campus.co), Twitter (t.co) and Apple (apple.co) were early adopters of the .CO domain, “it’s the new generation of start-ups that are staking a claim in this unique space where craftsmanship and artistry rule, diversity is key and people are the most important currency,” said Kristin Johnson, Global Director of TLD Marketing at Neustar. Johnson goes on to say, “we are proud to feature some of the exciting businesses and brands that are building the future of the internet on .CO — disrupting the status quo and making their mark on the world.”

The video and campaign assets will be promoted via a holistic, integrated global marketing campaign, including placement in major online publications in Colombia and worldwide including, Entrepreneur, Venture Beat, MSN and Smart Company, among others. You can view the teaser video for the We Run on .CO global campaign at proudtobe.co or below.

Stay tuned, as the individual micro-documentary videos will be released over the course of the next several months and will be available for viewing on our global website at go.co.

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ICANN Takes DNS Discussions to the 14th Internet Governance Forum

The Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is taking place in Berlin, Germany, from 25 to 29 November 2019. Members of the ICANN Community, Board, and organization will participate in the event, hosted by the Government of Germany at Estrel Congress Center. This year's theme, "One World. One Net. One Vision." intersects with our own long-standing motto: One World, One Internet.

ICANN will engage in a number of discussions over the course of the meeting, either as session participants or through ICANN-organized sessions. Within the three sub-themes of the forum, namely data governance, digital inclusion, and security, stability and resiliency, ICANN will focus on several important topics in the pursuit to bring the next billion people online. These topics include governance and how we can participate in discussions on smart regulation initiative; security and stability of the Domain Name System; and how Universal Acceptance is a key enabler for broader global accessibility to the Internet.

ICANN will hold three scheduled sessions:

Date Session Time (UTC +1) Location
25 November Workshop - The Evolving Ecosystem: ICANN's Role in the Security and Stability of the Internet 15:05 - 16:35 Raum II
26 November Open Forum: DNS, Threats and Opportunities 10:45 - 11:45 Convention Hall I - C
28 November Workshop - Online Identity in the Multilingual Domain Name Space 11:05 - 12:35 Raum III

At our now-customary Open Forum, we will look at recent threats to the Internet's stability and security. We will also discuss our initiative to track legislation and regulations that could impact our collective ability to foster an open, secure, and single Internet. During this interactive session, participants can engage in an open dialogue and exchange views with ICANN's leadership on this critical topic.

In the workshop "The Evolving Ecosystem: ICANN's role in the Security and Stability of the Internet", we will explore our role in furthering the stability and security of the Domain Name System (DNS) and talk about how we engage with our partners to fulfill this goal. The "Online Identity in the Multilingual Domain Name Space" workshop will focus on Universal Acceptance to foster digital inclusion and showcase examples of successfully addressing it.

ICANN is also co-hosting a reception with our Technical Community partners on Tuesday evening.

In addition, ICANN community members will participate or host other workshops and sessions. To see the full schedule, click here.

We look forward to participating in this year's IGF and engaging in discussions with our stakeholders from around the world.

Please visit our booth in Foyer 3 at the IGF Village. This year's event will be paperless; you will find many useful materials by clicking here.

See you soon in Berlin!