General for Registrars

What are the requirements to become a Registrar for .one?

To become a Registrar for .one, you must be an accredited ICANN registrar and have the necessary technical and operational capabilities to provide domain registration services. Contact our Registrar Service Team to begin the process by filling out this form.

What types of domain names are currently supported by your registry?

Our registry currently supports standard ASCII domain names. IDN’s (Internationalized Domain Names) are not currently supported.

Can you provide more information about your backend provider?

Our backend provider is Godaddy Registry (previously Neustar), a leading provider of Domain Name Registry Infrastructure Services and DNS Services for generic Top-Level Domain applicants and country code Registry Operators. They have over ten years of experience in this field and we have chosen them for their reliability and expertise. You can read more about Godaddy Registry here.

Are there any restrictions on the length of domain names that can be registered?

One-letter domains are currently not offered and two-letter domains are offered as Premium Domains.

How can Registrars access your domain registration system?

Registrars can access our domain registration system through the Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP) interface, which allows them to manage domain registrations, contact information, and other data.

What are the benefits of being a .one Registrar?

As a .one registrar, you will have full access to the .one domain extensions, and you will be able to receive promotions and discounts when you bundle our extensions with web products.

Are there any campaigns or promotions for registrars?

Every year, we run campaigns to ensure the best possible deals for our registrars and their registrants. Contact us by this form to learn more.

Registrar on-boarding

How do I get started with the on-boarding process?

To begin the on-boarding process, please contact our Registrar Service Team by filling out this form. They will provide you with an on-boarding Pack that contains all the necessary information and instructions.

Are there any fees associated with becoming a Registrar for .one?

There are no fees associated with becoming a Registrar for .one. Signing up is free.

General for Registrants

What is a domain name registrant?

A domain name registrant is an individual or organization that has registered a domain name with a registrar.

How do I become a domain name registrant?

To become a domain name registrant, you must first choose a domain name and then find a registrar that offers the desired TLD (Top Level Domain) such as .one. The registrar will then guide you through the registration process and provide you with the necessary information and instructions.

What is the role of a Registry Operator?

A Registry Operator is responsible for managing the underlying technical infrastructure of a TLD, including the registration and management of domain names. As a registry we do not sell directly to the end-user (registrant).

What is the role of a Registrar?

A Registrar is a company that is accredited by ICANN to sell domain names. They act as a intermediary between the registrant and the registry.

How can I find a list of .one registrars?

We have an international network of trusted partners ready to assist you in registering your .one domain today. You can choose one of our accredited registrars from the list of registrars on our website.

Are there premium .one domain names?

Some .one domain names are premium names, and not all registrars sell them. If the name you’re looking for isn’t available on a registrar’s website, we recommend trying another registrar to be sure.

How is a .one domain different from a .com domain?

Unlike the .com TLD, .one has plenty of domains still available, so you‘re more likely to find a name that fits perfectly with your business or brand.

What are the benefits of having a .one domain?

With a .one domain, you can be sure that you have a domain that‘s truly unique and memorable, and you don’t have to worry about someone else taking your domain.

Premium Domains

What are Premium Domains and how many are available?

Premium Domains are a select group of domains that are reserved by the registry and available at a higher price point. We have less than 5000 domains available as Premium Domains.

How can I determine if a domain is a Premium Domain?

You can check if a domain is a Premium Domain by using the EPP check domain command or by requesting an offline list from us by filling out this form.

How are Premium Domains priced?

We have chosen to keep it simple by having only a few price tiers for Premium Domains. Pricing for Premium Domains is available through the EPP interface and through an offline list provided by our Registrar Service Team.

Archived - Sunrise Period

When can we register .one domains?

The Sunrise Period was a 60 days end date Sunrise. Contention was solved via auction.

Who can register .one domains in the Sunrise Period?

Only Trademark Holders could register .one domains in the Sunrise Phase using a valid SMD file. SMD files are obtained through authorized TradeMark ClearingHouse (TMCH) Agents.

When did the Sunrise Period start and end?

March 4, 2015 at 12 PM UTC  – Sunrise started.
May 5, 2015 at 12 PM UTC – Sunrise ended.

When did the Auction start and end?

May 11, 2015 at 12 PM UTC – Auction started.
May 18, 2015 at 12 PM UTC – Auction ended.

Was there no landrush phase?

No, after a short quiet period, we went straight to General Availability after the TMCH Sunrise Phase.

Did the sunrise fee include one-year registration fee?


When did you open for General Availability?

General availability started May 20, 2015 at 12 PM UTC.