Famous Four Media launched their first new gTLDs yesterday at 10am into general availability and got off to a slow start overall.
.Webcam as predicted had the most registrations at 3,675 according to ntldstats.com, placing it as the 70th most registered new gTLD.
.Trade followed close behind with 3,235 while .Bid managed to get just 629 registrations.
All three new gTLDs were priced the same, from what I saw between $25 and $40 (but i did not check every registrar).
Keep in mind unlike Donuts and Rightside, Famous Four did not have an Early Access Program which has pulled in a lot of cash from people willing to pay to cut to the front of the line.
There are now 1,036,000 new gTLD domain registrations, this of course comes with some caveats.
.XYZ leads all new gTLD as it is quickly approaching 100,000 registrations sitting at 96,246, however over 84% are now from Network Solutions (NSI) which stuffed free .XYZ domain names in customer accounts. NSI is responsible for over 80,000 of the 96,246 registrations. If you netted out the NSI registrations .XYZ would have somewhere around 16,000 registrations which would have placed it around number 12 on the list.
.Club is still in second place with over 68,000 registrations and opened up some room on number three .Guru which has 61,422 registrations.
.Berlin is still number three but its registration volume has really slowed to a crawl for a city of over 3 Million people.
Rounding out the top 5 is .photography which has over 37,000 registrations.
Several new gTLDs go live today.