What is a ccTLD (Country Code Top Level Domain)?

What is a ccTLD?

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ccTLD refers to the two letter domain extensions that represent a specific country or territory. Every country in the world and many islands, have their own two letter ccTLD Internet address, for example .NZ – New Zealand, .IE – Ireland, .HK – Hong Kong or .US – United States.

CcTLDs are always two letters long and are generally managed and regulated by the respective local authorities. The requirements and restrictions of ccTLDs vary, please ensure you fulfil the criteria before attempting to register a ccTLD domain. If you’re unsure, you can ask us.

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