Registrar BigRock Gets ICANN Terminated Registrar Dynamic Dolphin’s Domains

ICANN has authorized the bulk transfer of gTLD domain names from Dynamic Dolphin, Inc. to BigRock Solutions Ltd. due to compliance actions taken by ICANN that resulted in the de-accreditation of Dynamic Dolphin, Inc.

Former registrant-customers of Dynamic Dolphin, Inc. should receive notices from BigRock Solutions Ltd. advising of the transfer. Customer questions about the transfer should be directed to BigRock Solutions Ltd.

The Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA) of Dynamic Dolphin, Inc. was terminated for failure by the registrar to comply with its RAA. Dynamic Dolphin, Inc.’s RAA terminated effective 20 December 2013 and the termination notice is posted here: ICANN Sends Notice of Termination [PDF, 565 KB].

As a result, Dynamic Dolphin, Inc. is no longer permitted to register or manage gTLD registrations. ICANN authorized bulk transfers pursuant to the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy to ensure that the registrant-customers of this registrar would not be harmed by their registrar’s discontinued ability to manage the registrations.


  1. Louise says

    Pursuant to the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy, registrants likely won’t be able to transfer away from BigRock for 60 days. That means, any renewal dates that pass come due, according to BigRock’s pricing, which is $11.99 for dot com, according to its website. BigRock looks like godaddy’s foray into India:

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