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Both domains form a single identity, and are graphic and
text-based representations of one another.
In short, centsymbol.com allows ¢.com to pass the 'radio
This domain set has obvious financial uses in the US, and
to see how how it is currently set up, please take a look
at centsymbol.com first.
The punycode encoding for ¢.com is xn--8a.com (let me
know if you don't understand what this is).
Any questions, just let me know.
Last edited by brian1234; 07-05-2012 at 10:42 AM.
So, Brian... are you saying that I can register say, eurosymbol.eu... type it as €.eu in the browser and it auto resolves to eurosymbol.eu?
you must indicate if/when you are selling IDN domain names, along with puny code
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I wish that were true!
Your question is a good one, however, and deserves an answer.
The question you raise pertains to two different domain names,
one is, as Biggedon has intimated, an IDN and the other is a more
commonplace text-based domain, which is more easily understood.
That said, if you owned €.eu then you could auto-resolve it to the
domain eurosymbol.eu, and in so doing create a flawless identity
that involves both a symbol and text.
The only issue with the above scenario is that €.eu is not possible
as a domain name... otherwise you could do it.
Thanks Brian.. yeah, I got it.... I shouldnt reply to emails or type in forums with such a mammoth hangover. Lesson learnt. Thanks for taking the time to explain