Applying to become a gTLD registrar
Nominet can directly supply gTLD domain names only to ICANN-accredited registrars who have signed up to ICANN’s 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement. If you are not ICANN-accredited you can buy gTLD domain names from an ICANN-accredited registrar.
Where to apply
This table describes where to apply to become a gTLD registrar
|gTLD||Registry operator||Application form|
|.cymru||Nominet UK||Apply (Nominet)*|
|.wales||Nominet UK||Apply (Nominet)*|
|.pharmacy||NABP||The application process is handed by NABP*|
|Amazon TLDs||Amazon Registry Inc||The application process is handled by Amazon Registry Inc*|
|Second Generation TLDs||Second Genistry LLC||The application process is handed by Second Genistry*|
*If you are not currently a registrar or require contact details for the above registries please contact the Customer Services team to set up a new account.
Applying to Nominet
Information you need to supply in your Nominet application:
- Your IANA ID and your full, matching registrar name
- Your Trading URL
- Your Registrar WHOIS URL
- gTLD administrative and billing contacts for your account
- gTLD abuse and notification contacts for your account
- EPP credentials – choosing your EPP login name
- TMCH registration (required for the sunrise and claims phases)
When it receives your application, Nominet checks that you are ICANN-accredited and have signed ICANN’s 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement.
When your application is approved, Nominet’s Customer Services team will contact you with details of how to interact with its systems.
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