Trivia Tuesday Two: Have Fun for Free Stuff

Dynadot
Jan 13, 2015

Happy Tuesday, trivia lovers! Today we're revealing the correct answers to last week's Trivia Tuesday and giving you another chance at our awesome coupons! If you haven't participated in the game yet, check out the game rules and regulations so you can play to win! Read more for fun and free things!

Last Week's Game


Easy: What is Dynadot's mission statement?
Reward: 50% off a select domain (.COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, or .XYZ)

Medium: What was the first domain name ever registered?
Reward: 1 free domain (.COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, or .XYZ)

Hard: Which gaming systems recognize AlphaSSL certificates?
Reward: 1 Free Domain Renewal (maximum $10 value)

The Answers


Easy: Dynadot's mission is to help our customers register domain names and create websites simply and inexpensively.

Medium: Symbolics.com was the first domain ever registered.

Hard: Sony Playstation and Nintendo Wii recognize AlphaSSL certificates.

Thank you to all those who participated, we hope you're back for more! New players check out last week's Trivia Tuesday for rules and regulations, then play this round!

This Week's Trivia


Easy: What is the top selling domain extension to date?
Reward: 50% off a select domain (.COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, or .XYZ)

Medium: What is the difference between an international domain name (IDN) and a country code top-level domain (ccTLD)?
Reward: 1 free domain (.COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, or .XYZ)

Hard: What does UDRP stand for and what is its use?
Reward: 1 Free Domain Renewal (maximum $10 value)

Answer below to claim your reward, and check back next week for answers and another game!


Post by Samantha Banks


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10 comments
mkp
Jan 13, 2015 5:58pm
Hard: UDRP stands for -- "Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy" and its a Policy defined by ICANN to resolve disputes as to who is the rightful owner of a domain name based on trademark, legitimacy of business etc.
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samantha_banks
mkp
Jan 22, 2015 11:12am
You're right! Awesome answer! :)
s_j_tianjin_cn
Jan 13, 2015 8:35pm
Easy: .com
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samantha_banks
s_j_tianjin_cn
Jan 22, 2015 11:13am
That's it! Great job! :)
horace
Jan 13, 2015 10:38pm
Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policies
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horace
horace
Jan 13, 2015 10:39pm
Hard: Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policies
clover
Jan 14, 2015 2:14am
Medium: - IDN are TLDs that use other character sets such as Cyrillic, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, etc. - ccTLD are two letter TLDs that are assigned to countries based mostly on the ISOC 3166 list of country codes. The difference is that ccTLD are assigned to countries and use ASCII character set, however IDN use other character set
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samantha_banks
clover
Jan 22, 2015 11:13am
You got it! Well done! :)
n_c_alger_dz
Jan 14, 2015 12:45pm
Hi, easy: .com medium: ccTLD is definitely an IDN, but IDN if not definitely a ccTLD Thank you
appletrenton
Jan 15, 2015 12:51pm
Medium: An international domain name (IDN) makes use of characters and symbols that are not in the English alphabet, and it can be in any extension. Country code top-level domains on the other hand are limited to extensions that represent a country (such as .so for Somalia).