General Availability (Start of Claims)
General Availability indicates the start of general registrations for a TLD, typically on a first-come, first-served basis.
Claims: During the first 90 days of General Availability, every TLD must provide trademark claims notices to potential registrants to advise them if there is a record in the Trademark Clearinghouse matching their desired domain name.
EAP: Some TLDs have an Early-Access-Program (EAP) during the first week of General Availability. Pricing during EAP is fixed on day 1 at a premium. The fixed EAP pricing then drops gradually over the EAP week. After a two-day quiet period, these TLDs then commence standard pricing (Non-EAP).
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