- Oct. 31, 2012 - CLEVELAND --
announced today an agreement to offer the “.NorthDakota”
TLD to serve the rapidly growing economy in the state. This is the second third party agreement for ShofarDomain and others are to be announced within the week.
Dr. Eric Grabowsky of Dickinson, North Dakota, who is a rhetorical scholar and a communication consultant, has opted for “.NorthDakota”
with his initial use of this service. According to Grabowsky, “In my estimation, Mr. Kozlowski’s entrepreneurial project is quite interesting and very promising. If this domain ownership thing takes off in a positive direction, I don’t want to miss the boat on the current Internet popularity of my current state of residence, which is in large part tied to our oil boom.”
Along with “.nooga” for Chattanooga, Tennessee, “.NorthDakota”
is scheduled to be live by the end of the year. The technology to offer domain ownership rather than the annual rental fee is quickly gaining traction with those seeking a local economy model. This local autonomy model is being used as a springboard to full global acceptance and displacing the centrally controlled ICANN model. ShofarDomain is working with many others in the US and overseas to make domain ownership the norm.About ShofarDomain
ShofarDomain is an independent provider of TLDs based in Cleveland, Tennessee. ShofarDomain uses technology undergoing development and refinement since 1998 with the attitude of taking the time to do it right.Contact ShofarDomain