ICANN released a list of applied-for new TLDs.
ICANN developed the New generic Top-Level Domain Program to increase competition and choice by introducing new gTLDs into the Internet’s addressing system. What is a gTLD? It is an Internet domain name extension such as the familiar .com, .net, or .org. There are 280 ccTLDs but only 22 “generics” in the domain name system right now, but that is all about to change.
- .app – feels like a useful one
- .art – artists could get their own name as a domain name more easily
- .family – I’d grab my last name right away
- .host – I may be biased! :p
- .wtf – that would be epic