Google’s plan to rule the planet with 101 gTLDs

In our “who applied for which gTLD” series, we’ve covered Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry and Paul Stahura’s Donuts, Inc. Let’s take a look at another big gTLD applicant, the almighty Google. With 101 gTLDs applied for, Google spent a surprisingly conservative $18,685,000 at the going rate of $185k per application. Considering how Google stock is priced […]

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How many donuts can you buy with $56 million dollars?

Yesterday, we described how Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry invested almost $10 million dollars in gTLD applications. The biggest investor in the new gTLD market is not Google and its billions in cash reserves. It’s not even Amazon, one of the most successful Fortune 500 companies. Having spent $56,425,000 in ICANN application fees alone, Paul Stahura’s Donuts, […]

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