What is the .money generic Top Level Domain Extension?
Money is critical to businesses and is used daily by everyone in society. In a way, money does make the world go round. Daily transactions keep economies afloat and money helps businesses with daily transactions. The .money gTLD is great because when it comes out, it will combine the two things that everyone uses on a daily basis; money and the Internet.
The .money domain is great because of its flexibility and generic-ness. Registration of domains under this TLD allows everyone to register their own .money domain, regardless of your personal opinion on money. From bankers to those trying to raise funding for an initiative, a .money domain can assist you in your goals and help you secure your own personal space on the .money TLD extension.
For those involved in commerce and business, a .money domain can assist you in sending a clear message across to potential clients. Accountants, bankers, management firms and investment groups benefit from being easily identifiable online.
Non-profit organizations, fundraisers and charities looking to raise some capital will also benefit from a .money domain. You can use domains under the .money gTLD to create a specific website dedicated to funding your initiatives. Pre-register now!
.money gTLD Requirements
.money is a “Regulated Domain” which is subject to additional requirements mandated by ICANN.
Legal Compliance: Registrants must comply with all applicable laws, including laws relating to privacy, data collection, consumer protection (including in relation to misleading and deceptive conduct) and applicable consumer laws in respect of fair lending, debt collection, organic farming (if applicable), disclosure of data and financial regulations;
Health and Financial Information: Registrants must acknowledge and agree that those who collect and maintain sensitive health and financial data must implement reasonable and appropriate security measures commensurate with the offering of those services, as defined by applicable law;