Expired .PROTECTION Domains

Registration Requirements

There is no special process needed to register a .PROTECTION domain name, no special action is needed on your end.

.PROTECTION Registry Information

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Registration Price

$2,500.00 Annually

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.PROTECTION Top Registrars

Registrar name Registered domains Share, %
CSC Corporate Domains, Inc. 28 22.40%
RegistrarSEC LLC 6 4.80%
SafeNames Ltd. 6 4.80%
GoDaddy.com, LLC 5 4.00%
XYZ.COM LLC 4 3.20%
Gandi SAS 3 2.40%
Nom-iq Ltd. dba COM LAUDE 3 2.40%
1API GmbH 3 2.40%
NameCheap, Inc. 3 2.40%
Ascio Technologies, Inc. Danmark - Filial af Ascio technologies, Inc. USA 2 1.60%

What is the .protection domain name?

The .protection domain name is a new top-level domain name that was released to the public in January of 2019. It is an open registry, meaning that anyone can register a domain name under the .protection extension.

This makes it a great choice for businesses and individuals who want to protect their online presence and brand.

Why should I register a .protection domain name?

There are many reasons to register a .protection domain name. It is the ideal extension for businesses, brands, professionals, and individuals who want to have an online presence especially if they run a business that deals with legal issues, financial protection, or professional services such as law firms, attorneys, and accountants.

A .protection domain name offers increased trust and credibility – it will help you attract more customers!

It also provides a greater sense of security – people look for the "padlock" in their browser's address bar when entering sensitive information such as passwords or credit card data which makes them feel confident they can safely do so on your website.

There are a number of reasons why you should consider registering a .protection domain name. First and foremost, it provides an extra layer of security for your online presence.

Adding a .protection domain name to your existing website can protect and secure your brand and prevent unwanted intruders.

It also works as an extra layer of trust, giving visitors the confidence that they've reached the right person or business. Finally, it's great for protecting against imposters and scammers who may try to pose as you on the web.

In addition, it can help you to protect your brand from cybersquatters and other malicious actors. Finally, it can also help to boost your SEO (search engine optimization) efforts.

What type of websites can I build on my new .protection?

Your .protection domain name can be used for a wide range of websites and businesses. The main types that we've seen so far include:

Businesses and professionals who want to protect their brand or utilize it for legal, financial, or professional services-related purposes.

These include accountants, lawyers, doctors, consultants, financial service providers, publishing companies, and more.

Those starting a business may also use the .protection to highlight that they are part of an industry that provides security-related services or products for consumers.

Personal blogs that are passionate about providing useful information on protecting yourself online and in your community.

A central website for a group or organization that wants to share information and updates on the latest threats and ways people can protect themselves.

Websites that serve as an information hub for self-protection products, services, events, and news.

You can build any type of website on your .protection domain name – it's an open TLD so there are no restrictions. Your .protection is the perfect place for you to tell your story, blog, sell products, or simply share information with family and friends.

What are the registration restrictions for a .protection domain name?

Registering a .protection domain name is open to all individuals and organizations, though there are certain restrictions. Only one label per domain name registration is permitted.

The following are restricted: adult or pornographic material, alcohol-related websites, escort or prostitution service websites, libelous and defamatory material, and sites that infringe on copyright laws.