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We've had a little break from new top-level domain (TLD) launches, but they're back! Check out the first few TLDs that have launched in 2016 and then search for your favorite(s) today!
Launching in Early Access
Say cheers to .WINE! Wine's popularity has grown around the world - and more wine has also started to grow around the world as vineyards pop up on (almost) every continent. Now, the .WINE domain is available to everyone, everywhere (even Antarctica, which as far as I know does not have any vineyards). GA starts 1/27/16 16:00 UTC.
Vineyards may be popping up around the world, but there is still one place that's synonymous with wine: France. So, of course, it would make sense that the French version of wine - "vin" - would also have its own TLD, .VIN! France has a long history with vin that dates all the way back to the 6th century B.C. Now, .VIN starts its history in 2016 A.D. Be part of history by registering yours today! GA starts 1/27/16 16:00 UTC.
Launching in General Availability
Join the new TLD family with a TLD that's all about, well, family! The .FAMILY domain is the perfect way to connect with those that matter most. Whether you're looking to start a family blog, sell products aimed at families, or simply secure your family name for the future, this new TLD has what you're looking for. Plus, since it's launching into GA today, it has more domain name availability. Make .FAMILY your "home sweet digital home" today!
Drive your website forward with .CAR, .CARS, and .AUTO! The three new TLDs are perfect for anyone in the automotive industry including car manufacturers, dealerships, service centers, and even car enthusiast clubs. All three launch into GA as of today and, best of all, none of them support premiums or reserved domain names. What this means is, despite their higher initial price, that's as high as they go! Take advantage today and register a short, one word .CAR, .CARS, or .AUTO domain for the same price as a longer one!
This post was written by Robyn Norgan, who is partial to the softer California grape (Parent Trap fans, anyone?), but seriously does recommend visiting California for awesome wine - and looking beyond Napa & Sonoma!