#Brazil : National ccTLD dot .BR hits a 4 million count milestone

There are now 4 million .BR domain names, according to an announcement by the Brazilian domain authority, responsible for the nation’s ccTLD.

The Brazilian Network Information Center is a non-profit civil entity that implements, since December 2005, the decisions and projects designed by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee.

Dot .br, operated by the Information and Coordination Center of Ponto BR (NIC.br), entity responsible for registering domains in the country, reached the mark of 4 million registered domains.

More than 120 categories (TLDs) are available, for individuals (for example, “blog.br”, “wiki.br”), to liberal professionals (“eng.br”, “adv.br”, among others) , to legal entities (“tv.br”, “tur.br” etc.) and cities (“rio.br”, “sampa.br”, “curitiba.br”) and reserved for specific purposes .br “,” jus.br “,” b.br “,” org.br “and others).

“The .br growth underscores the confidence that Brazilians place in the importance and solidity of the work of NIC.br, besides the desire to invest the .br in its domain name. Anyone registering a .br domain brings visible benefits to all Internet users, “said Demi Getschko, CEO of NIC.br.

Other advantages of registering a “.br” include additional security features, such as token and encryption, that strengthen both the .br users’ accounts and their respective domains. There is another recent feature: the redirect feature that allows you to point a “.br” domain to any URL, either on a site or the preferred social networking channel, keeping identities and tags active on the Internet permanently. Servers distributed by Brazil and other regions of the world guarantee speed and reliability in the resolution of the “.br” and a team exclusively dedicated to assist and assist the users in their doubts complete the description.

For more information on the press release for the 4 millionth .BR domain milestone, view the translated text or the original in Portuguese.

Dot .BR domains – now at 4 million total. Photo by Daniel Monteiro on Unsplash


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