29 Jun '16, 1pm

Brexit probably no big deal for UK domain owners

It is a potential problem for .EU in that it stands to lose approximately 280K registrations. The European Commission hasn’t issued any instructions to Eurid yet. Many apparently UK registered .EU domains are held by UK front companies ultimately owned by non-EU firms. In the event of the UK being excluded from the .EU ccTLD (unlikely), these will just be shifted to front companies in other EU countries. The main problem for .EU at the moment is trying to grow beyond a brand protection/truckstop TLD into one that is actively used and has a high profile in EU countries. Significantly, the Polish .EU count has been declining and the Eastern EU countries were accounting for some of .EU’s strongest growth in the last few years. While the BREXIT may be no big deal for UK registrants, it may cause an increase in .UK registration from businesses outside the UK (if they haven’t al...

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