Jul 082014


UK registry Nominet is reporting encouraging figures following the launch of the country’s shorter national suffix, .UK.

The United Kingdom had up until now been using a subdomain of its country code, .CO.UK, as its main Internet address. But with new gTLDs hitting the shelves and others country codes all moving towards less restrictions and more simplicity, it was only a matter of time before the UK adopted a more direct approach.

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