.EU represents the official domain extension or the internet country code top level domain (ccTLD) of European Union. It was introduce in 2005 and was intended for entities affiliated with the European Union.
Registration of a .EU domain name is subject to the following conditions:
Address in one of European Union states or in European Economic Area required.
List of countries
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, French Guiana, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Guadeloupe, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Martinique, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Reunion Island, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden
Entities connected with the European Union
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.EU domain names are the new extension specifically created for members of the European Union.
They ensure that visitors see a site that's about an entity or subject related to the European Union, and also that companies and organizations in the EU can promote themselves with a domain name that accurately reflects their business.
.EU domain names are second in popularity only to .coms and have the fastest growth rate of all new gTLDs at present.
They can be registered by anyone for a minimum one-year term, although registrants must have a valid contact address in an EU country.
Only residents or citizens of one of the 27 member states can register a . EU domain name. Additionally, registrants must also have a valid contact address in an EU Member State.
Also if you have e-residency status you can register a .eu domain name for your business.
The List of people who can buy an eu domain includes:
The cost of registering a . eu domain name is $4 to $7 per year and the renewal cost of the .eu domain is 8.98 USD.
Yes, Registrars are allowed to register several .EU domain names on behalf of the same entity or person.
Registration of a .eu domain name is quick and easy, just provide all the necessary information required by the registrar and within 5-10 minutes you will.
The registration process for a .eu domain name is quick and easy.
The applicant has to provide all the necessary information required by the registrar and within 5-10 minutes, they will receive notification that their domain name registration was successful.
There are also no requirements for specific names or characters in an eu domain name.
The common second-level domains are the ones that are used to give more specific information about a certain subject or group of subjects.
For example, if you want to create a domain for your company then the name would be .com.EU and this tells people that you're an EU business with a strong tradition in providing services for companies all over Europe.
For educational websites .edu.eu is used , for government institutions .gov.EU, and for the individuals who want to open a local portal in an EU country they can use .nom.eu and so on...
For any individual or corporation in one of the 27 member states, you can apply for a .eu domain name with plenty of categories still available.
A European trademark is necessary to apply for . eu domains. The requirements are also easily met.
The registrant must be a natural person or legal entity established in the EU, or have its principal office in the European Community.