About .WIKI Domain Names
Wiki websites are known as a ready source of information. Like people, they draw their strengths from the contributions of many.
Invite the world to join you in defining a hobby, cause, or passion with your own .WIKI domain.
The .WIKI launch is divided into two phases: Priority Pre-Registration (Landrush) and General Availability. Each phase has specific application requirements:
From May 8, 2014, at 18:00 UTC to May 22, 2014, at 18:00 UTC, customers can purchase .WIKI domain names at a premium price. When you submit the registration request, you pay registration and application fees.
Multiple Priority Pre-Registration applications with different registrars are resolved via auction. If you don't get the domain you want, we refund your registration fee. However, applications fees are non-refundable.
Bulk .WIKI registration is not supported during this phase.
Beginning May 26, 2014, at 18:00 UTC, customers can register .WIKI domain names on a first-come, first-served basis. When you submit the registration request, you pay registration and application fees.
Multiple applications with different registrars are resolved on a first-come, first-served basis during General Availability. If we aren’t able to secure the domain name, we’ll refund the registration fee.
Bulk .WIKI registration is supported during General Availability.
Make sure you go here to get the latest scoop on registering this domain name.
Anyone can register .WIKI domain names.
These domain names can have up to 63 characters. You can't register domain names with special characters such as & and #.
The .WIKI extension does support Latin and Arabic IDN (Internationalized Domain Name) characters.
Top Level Design manages and supports the .WIKI extension.
You can register a .WIKI domain name for one to ten years.
We'll attempt to auto-renew your .WIKI domain name on its expiration date, but will park .WIKI domain names after the first failed billing attempt.
If the domain name isn't renewed within 45 days following expiration, the domain name will be canceled and removed from your account.
Yes. See Transfer domain to GoDaddy for details on the transfer process.
Yes. See Transfer domain to another registrar for details on the transfer process for these domain names.
Yes. Private Registration and Protected Registration are available for .WIKI domain names.
No. We currently do not support backorders for .WIKI domain names.
Yes. See Move a domain to another GoDaddy account to start the account move process.
Yes. See Change domain contact information for details on making these changes.
One nameserver is required for a .WIKI domain to resolve, and a maximum of 13 nameservers is allowed.