Welcome to the .icu page at DNForum

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Registered User
Industry Leader
Feb 7, 2019
Welcome to the home of .icu here on DNForum. As a new domain extension, we are delighted to have a dedicated subforum where we can share news and updates from the .icu registry. This is also a great place for you to ask questions directly to the registry! Want to buy one of our premium or registry-reserved names? Message us! This forum will be regularly monitored by the registry team and we'll even be announcing special deals at registrars on standard .icu names as well as when we are running event based specials or deals on premium domains.

Stay tuned for exciting news from .icu!

Thanks for visiting!
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Managing director of DNForum.com
Staff member
Exclusive Member
Registered User
May 9, 2006
Sounds great Kevin. Really happy to have you here at DNForum.com, look forward to seeing some great names registered.
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Platinum Member
Registered User
Feb 17, 2006
Los Angeles
I see that .icu is gaining traction but I am still clueless about its advantages over the TLDs
It's more coveted and supported by spammers than any other tld. The absolute worst tld out there! We get easily 50+ spam emails 'every' single day from this POS extension. Does the icu registry care..NO! Other than spammers using it, there probably isn't 10 sites built on this useless extension. ICANN should shut it down for it's abhorrent spamming abuse usage. But they got their $185K for it, so they don't care either.
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