Newly available domains ending in .country are now available to the public from registry operator Minds + Machines in association with Uniregistry.
Early adopters of the registry include Dolly Parton, Eli Young Band, Sam Hunt and the Academy of Country Music, which registered ACM.country, ACMawards.country, and Academy.country and more. The Academy will use the new .country domains to promote events throughout 2015 and beyond.
“The Academy of Country Music was the first to have the vision to promote country music with a country music awards show and it is only fitting that we have current Academy visionaries join us in promoting country music through a massive transformation of the Internet,” said Antony Van Couvering, CEO of Minds + Machines.
The launch of the top-level domain is part of a restructuring of the Internet’s naming system that gives consumers and businesses alike a choice in relevant and affordable domain names.
To register a name within .country visit Minds + Machines or Uniregistry or contact any leading registrar.
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