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A Visualized gTLd Sequencing Proposal

As a follow-up to our previous CircleID article “Strong Support for IDNs, GEOs and/or Communities to Go First” we have developed a flow chart which visualizes how the applications may be processed in a fair and transparent manner.

The chart also shows that at the end of the day only about 1,200 new gTLDs may go online, that means that we will likely see about 730 drop outs.

The links to the documents are here: PDF / JPG

By Dirk Krischenowski, Founder and CEO of dotBERLIN GmbH & Co. KG

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