The .delta domain name is one of the new top-level domain names (TLDs) that are currently under development.
The proposed application of .delta will be for use in suffixes (i.e., addresses/URLs) identifying websites devoted to storytelling, including fiction and nonfiction stories, short films, short comics, podcasts, and video games.
The .delta domain name was created by Delta Names, Inc., which is a corporation that intends to compete to run the registry for this TLD if it is approved by ICANN.
Who can apply for a .delta domain name?
Anyone who wants to register a .delta web address can do so by applying through our online application system. All applications are subject to availability and are assessed individually.
Can I apply for a .delta domain name?
Yes, anyone who wishes to register a .delta web address can do so by applying through our online application system.
However, all applications are subject to availability and are assessed individually. The price of the requested domain name will vary depending on its category.
Why choose a .delta domain name?
By choosing a .delta web address, you can connect with an audience of people who share your enthusiasm for storytelling in all its forms.
Also, every time someone types your URL into their browser to read a story or watch a video, it will be one more opportunity for them to discover yours.
What is the difference between a TLD and a domain name?
Just as .com, .net, and .org are TLDs that point to different domains, so the .delta domain name is one of many top-level domain names currently under development. If approved by ICANN for use on the Internet's root servers, it will become part of the global address system for websites.
What's the difference between a .com, .net, and .org web address?
These TLDs are part of the global naming convention for sites on the Internet. The domain name system (DNS) uses these TLDs to divide website names into three-part labels that route traffic to specific servers with their own IP addresses.
A .com (commercial) domain name is one of the most recognized and used TLDs worldwide; if you want to start a business selling products or services on the Internet, you'll probably register a .com address.
Likewise, .org (organizations), .net (network providers), and even .museum (gathering places for the study and conservation of museum collections) are well-known examples of TLDs.
What's the difference between a top-level domain name and a second-level domain?
The DNS system uses different levels to divide website names into three-part labels that route traffic to specific servers with their own IP addresses. The highest level is the top-level domain, which is what you see after the "http://" in a web address.
The second-level domain runs through the entire world before the TLD to identify one specific server on the Internet. For example, ".com" in "www.facebook.com" identifies Facebook's servers among all others with .com TLDs.
Can I register more than one .delta domain name?
Yes, you can apply to register as many different .delta web addresses as you like. However, each additional registration requires an additional fee.
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