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What is a gTLD? What is a gTLD?

A gTLD is a generic top-level domain and it's at least 3 letters long. The most popular gTLD extensions are .COM, .NET, .ORG e .INFO.   
 
The greatest part of gTLDs is available all over the world. .GOV, .MIL and .EDU extensions, for example, are reserved and referred to the government, army and educational authorities of the USA.
 
You can register a gTLD domain by clicking on our Domains Registration web page. 
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