.Org Passes 10 Million Domain Names Milestone

According to a press release tonight the .Org registry has passed the 10 Million domain name mark.

PIR “the not-for-profit operator of the .ORG domain announced tonight that it has reached a major milestone with the registration of its 10 millionth .ORG domain name: JADFORUM.ORG, which was registered on June 24, 2012 with Go Daddy. ”

“The domain name was registered by the Jordan River and Dead Sea Basin Forum (JAD), an organization dedicated to advancing the sustainable and regional development of the Jordan River and Dead Sea Basin watershed shared by Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority.”

“From our perspective, .ORG is the most suitable and relevant domain name for our organization, and it is internationally recognized,” said Dr. Clive Lipchin, Director of the Center for Transboundary Water Management at the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies and one of the founding members of the JAD Forum.

“For more than 25 years, .ORG has enabled registrants to engage and empower their communities both online and off,” said Brian Cute, CEO of Public Interest Registry. “Reaching 10 million domain registrations is a significant achievement and highlights PIR’s commitment to providing a trusted place online for organizations, companies, and individuals to tell their stories and mobilize their communities. As we celebrate this milestone, we look forward to continued growth and to giving more causes around the world a trusted, online venue with .ORG.”

 

Comments

  1. @domains says

    Would have been funny if the ten millionth domain had been regged by a domainer, and when interviewed they’d said “I bought it because I thought it would get type ins, its parked right now and getting about 6 hits per day. Know any good brokers?”

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