On December 1, 2016, the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy will be updated to IRTP-C. ICANN designed this policy to prevent domain name theft. We are not entirely satisfied how the policy has evolved. Because we made serious efforts to steer things in a better direction, the resulting policy offers some hooks to fit into daily operations.
This email covers the following topics:
Summary of the IRTP-C;
IRTP-C maintenance window.
Summary of the IRTP-C
If the registrant data is changed in such a way that the ownership might transfer to another person and or organization, …
As your registrar, we want to help you keep your domains registered and renewed. Therefore you need to maintain a sufficient account balance. We provide several tools and options to keep you up and running.
Manage your balance
Of course you need enough balance in your account at renewal date. To do so, we provide several payment methods to make this convenient.
You may set customizable balance watermarks at several amounts in your account. When your account balance hits these watermarks, they trigger an email notification, asking you to review and replenish your balance. Set your watermarks here. …
The newsletter below was sent Fri, Apr 24, 2015
Next week Realtime Register will release version 2.1.3 of the Realtime Register registration platform to the production environment. The actual date and time is not available yet, however will be announced shortly in advance by e-mail. The release will cause just a short interruption of services.
This release is already deployed to the OT&E environment. Besides some minor bug fixes, release 2.1.3 contains the following:
- Improved user authentication
- .DK dkhostmaster
- .BE dnsBE
- Trademark Clearing House
- API X-Process-ID
- API Input sanitation
- DNS templates
Improved user authentication
We added two ways to improve …
As we are growing in domain registrations, so we are growing in programming staff.
Currently we are hiring additional programmers for Our Dutch office. In the office, we speak mainly Dutch. Don’t let this hold you back to respond if your native tongue is English or another language.
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Specifically we want to hire Senior Java Developers. Are you interested in the developments of the domain name industry; you might want to check out the job specifics. You can find them here: https://www.realtimeregister.com/careers
Strangely enough, one of the perks of the job is not mentioned …
Afnic has published their IDN specifications last Friday. This is the last step before the sunrise period with the ‘grandfathering’ rule that starts the third of May. This move will extend the number of characters which can used to create a domain name to 67, versus the 37 now. The new IDN rules apply to all the extensions under control of Afnic (.fr, .re, .tf, .wf, .pm and .yt).
The entity filing an IDN must hold an ASCII-equivalent domain name for the transaction to be accepted. However, if the ASCII equivalent has not yet been filed, it will be possible …