We haven’t done a update of the new gTLD program registrations in a while.
According to nTLDStats.com the total number of new gTLD domain registrations just passed 3.3 million.
.NYC has now passed 60,000 registrations and .London has now passed 50,000 registrations
Rounding out the top 10 of all new gTLD’s .XYZ has the most registrations with 729,999.
.Berlin has passed 154,000 registrations
.Club which was one of the earliest contention sets settled by private auction has passed 140,000 registrations.
.Realtor has given away some 86,000 registrations, with still over 400,000 available to Realtor’s.
.Wang has over 85,000 registrations.
.Guru is still adding over 100 registrations a day is now over 77,000 domain names.
.OVH a hosting company, has almost 55,000 registrations after giving out 50,000 free registrations to its customers.
.Photography which was one of the earliest contention sets settled by private auction has over 49,000 registrations.
On the other side of the ledger, 64 fully launched new gTLD extension have between 1,000-2,500 registrations and 30 fully launched new gTLD extension have less than 1,000 registrations.
Remember that each new gTLD have to pay ICANN a minimum fee to ICANN of $25,000 a year plus some other fixed operating costs.
There are another 60 new gTLD’s that have between 2,500 and 5,000 registrations.
At a wholesale cost of $10, there are obviously quite a few registries that appear as they will fall short of their overhead based on current registration levels.
According to namestat.org the number of new gTLD registrations are growing at a rate of over 11,000 domains per day and over 80,000 per week.
Also according to namestat.org:
There are 1,613 gTLD Sites in Alexa Top 1 Million
There are 153 new gTLD domain names in the Alexa Top 100,000