What is a registrar?

What is a registrar?

This answer will explain what a registrar is and what role they play in registering your domain.

A registrar is an organisation that has been accredited by ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) to sell domain names. ICANN have control over all gTLD (Generic Top Level Domains) but do not have authority over ccTLD (Country Code Top Level Domains).

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