Hello,

I'm wondering how do i register a custom domain ".ley"?

I do not see anybody that is the owner of that specific root domain but I'm not thinking about possessing the whole root, only a particular domain of this root.

If the question needs clarification please tell me.

Thanks.
.ly? or .ley?

If you wish to help make your own, http://blog.icann.org/2012/01/icann-...w-gtld-launch/

Budget a minimum of seven numbers.
Hello,

I'm wondering how do i register a custom domain ".ley"?

I do not see anybody that is the owner of that specific root domain but I'm not thinking about possessing the whole root, only a particular domain of this root.

If the question needs clarification please tell me.

Thanks.
Hello,
You'll need a custom TLD? It's a pretty complex and costly process but begins by helping cover their a $50,000 minimum file fee
We wish to have particularly a subdomain of ".ley"

Thanks.
Hello,
You'll need a custom TLD? It's a pretty complex and costly process but begins by helping cover their a $50,000 minimum file fee
Wasn't that $185k
Individuals who would like to get yourself a custom TLD be forced to pay a hefty $185,000 registration fee and pass ICANN's vetting way to qualify.
We wish to have particularly a subdomain of ".ley"

Thanks.
Yes, it's not known as a sub domain but a high Level Domain. Do it yourself between $5XX,XXX and $9,XXX,XXX to setup
Wasn't that $185k
I believe the file fee was dropped using the new gTLD however the File Fee is simply 1 of numerous costs
Hello,
You'll need a custom TLD? It's a pretty complex and costly process but begins by helping cover their a $50,000 minimum file fee
We do not want the entire ".ley" namespace, only a domain from it.

For instance, we simply want "brad.ley", not the whole ".ley".
I'd most likely budget nearer to into the millions, nowehre near 500k since IIRC you are also checked to make certain your dns roots or whatever are correctly redundant/etc plus some other things
We do not want the entire ".ley" namespace, only a domain from it.

For instance, we simply want "brad.ley", not the whole ".ley".

Hello,
The best way to phrase that could have been, I wish to order a website having a .ley extension. kind of got us confused

Regrettably there's presently numberley TLD setup which means you cant order a website ending with ley
We do not want the entire ".ley" namespace, only a domain from it.

For instance, we simply want "brad.ley", not the whole ".ley".
You have to buy .ley, make your personal domain off it. Because there's numberley
We do not want the entire ".ley" namespace, only a domain from it.

For instance, we simply want "brad.ley", not the whole ".ley".
There's no ".ley". Unless of course you need to spend the money for a lot of money to setup a brand new top-level domain (you will find only 21 around, not counting those according to country code), it will not happen.
Do you need the .ley domain to become accessible through the public? If you work with it for internal networking then you definitely will not have trouble. Just construct your own DNS for this. But when you would like it available to the general public where its likely to set you back $$Brand New here's an alternative choice. Whether it getting used by only others then each individual would need to configure that local dns file /etc/hosts on linux and never sure where it's on home windows however they can make it to suggest to that particular domain.

But to really register a TLD its likely to set you back $$.
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