Domain name registrar
A domain name registrar is a company accredited by the Internet Corporation
for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to sell Internet domain names. ICANN
has authority over gTLDs, or Generic Top Level Domains. Examples of gTLDs
include .com, .net and .org. ICANN does not have authority over ccTLDs, or
Country Code Top-Level Domains. Registrars compete with each other to
provide the best support and services at the lowest price.
Most registrars provide DNS hosting service.
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