What is a ccTLD? What is a ccTLD?

A ccTLD (country code top-level domain) is a top level domain's national extension used by a State or a territory depending on a State. It's composed by two letters, such as,  for example, .JP for Japan, .UK or CO.UK for the United Kingdom or .IT for Italy.

You can register all these extensions by clicking on our Domain Registration web page, by typing in the search field the domain name you want to register.
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