TLD Registrar Solutions

TLD Registrar Solutions
TLD registrar solutions

TLD registrar solutions are simply the solutions or services a top-level domain registrar provides its clients, the registrants.

It is impossible to have a website without obtaining a domain name as it is essential when establishing one. A domain serves as both an identity and an address for your online residence on Web3. Online registration is required to obtain a domain name, and here is where the role of a TLD registrar solution comes into play.

What is a TLD?

It is the acronym for top-level domains.

The final portion of a domain name—the bit that follows after the last dot—is known as a TLD, or top-level domain. For example, in the web3 domain name ‘‘, ‘.io’ is the TLD.’. The most prevalent TLD in web2 is .com, but there are a plethora of others.

Three different TLD types are recognized by the IANA as valid:

  1.   Generic Top-Level Domains – gTLDs examples include;

  •     .com – for commercial sites
  •     .org – for organizations
  •     .net – for networks
  •     .info – for information platforms
  •     .biz – for businesses
  1.   Sponsored Top-level Domains (sTLD). Examples include;

  •     .edu – for higher educational institutions
  •     .gov – for United States governmental agencies
  •     .cat – for Catalan linguistic and cultural community
  •     .museum – for museum organizations
  •     .travel – for travel industry businesses
  1.   Country Code Top-Level Domains (ccTLD). Typical examples include;

  •     .us – for the United States
  •     .es – for Spain
  •     .fr – for France
  •     .it – for Italy
  •     .br – for Brazil

All these are top-level domains of Web2.

Then, we have the new TLD of the Web3 such as .eth, .wallet, .moon, .metaverse, etc. All working and serving their respective purposes just like the traditional TLDs would do in Web2.

A TLD plays an important part in the Domain Name System (DNS).

To fully understand what makes a domain top-level, examining the complete structure of your domain name would prove helpful.

Any domain name will consist of a string of characters—words, letters, or numbers—connected by a dot. For instance, consists of three words and two dots.

Each “dot” denotes a separate section and aids computers in locating the appropriate material (like a web browser). Additionally, every section has a unique “level.” You work your way up in numbers starting at the top-level (thus the TLD).

In this case;

❖     Top-level domain is .crypto

❖     second-level is .my and lastly,

❖     third-level is send, also known as the subdomain in this instance

Therefore, whenever you are purchasing or registering your domain name, you are opting for both the top-level domain (such as “.crypto”) and the second-level domain (such as “.my”). You may then add further levels (such as the third-level subdomain “send”) from your hosting panel. 

With a Web3 domain, all of our activities, including collaborative works and public assets will be linked, which makes it possible to utilize decentralized, person-centric data effectively.

Understanding the Domain Trinity

When trying to purchase or register your Web3 top-level domains like .metaverse, .hodl,  or .moon domain name via a cutting-edge provider like Freename, the domain name registration procedure is incredibly easy. However, the straightforward exterior conceals a good deal of technological complexity that users like you may wish to comprehend to make the best choices for themselves.

We’ll examine the three key participants in the process of domain registration:

  •   The registrar, presumably the other party from whom you, the registrant, purchased the domain; an example of this registrar is Freename.
  •     The registry, the location that formally recognizes your ownership of your domain;
  •   And the registrant, the individual requesting to be the owner (for a while) of a domain. That is you.

Who is a TLD Registrar?

Registries used to be the only registrars for their TLDs back in the early days of the internet. The common registration system we presently have was intended to prevent them from misusing their monopolistic position. This brought about pricing competition, improved user interfaces, and beneficial supplementary services. For Web2.0, in 2021, the registrar database has nearly 700 entries that have received ICANN certification.

A TLD registrar solutions is a company that handles domain name registration and management. Its role is to make the process easier for customers to register domains successfully. For example, Freename a domain registrar aids a user in acquiring and maintaining a domain name.

With Freename, You could become your own Web3 registrar and earn from it.

Users of the Freename protocol can profit similarly to a Web2 registrar like GoDaddy. Whenever a Web3 domain is registered on a user’s Web3 TLD after they activate the Royalty license on Freename, they get a certain percentage of the domain name registration fee. Imagine owning anything you want, like “.metaverse” or “.airdrop.” Why are you holding out?

Web3 Registrar Advantages

To ensure that domains are accessible and to avoid that very same domain from being registered by two people simultaneously through two distinct registrars, a web2 TLD registrar must adhere to the procedures established by ICANN. In the event of multi-year registrations, it must set up recurring payments from its clients and transfer the necessary amounts to the registries and ICANN. This is not the case in web3 TLD registration. There are no rules or a governing body. Rather, web3 TLD registrars themselves utilize cutting-edge technology that ensures no single name is repeated, registered, or minted twice.

A Web3 TLD registrar can offer domains from many registries for sale. If mypayment.crypto for example is not available, it may recommend mypayment.token as an alternative. Even if the domain you looked for is already registered, it is helpful to have the registrar provide a list of alternative TLDs that you might wish to register to safeguard your brand.


In conclusion, TLD registrar solutions provide registrants with the necessary tools and services to manage their top-level domain names. These solutions allow registrants to control their domains, as well as keep track of domain name expiration dates and contact information. By using TLD registrar solutions, registrants can ensure that their domain names are properly managed and maintained. Freename is here for you to make every single step of your domain name registration simple.

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How does it work?

Accordingly to the day when you will finalise your purchase, you have the right to receive from 1 to 3 NFT Domains for FREE!

Once you have completed your order, within 48h you will automatically receive on platform, in your personal area “portfolio” the randomly assigned NFT Domain/s.

You can chose on which blockchain you want to mint on and minting fee is covered by Freename!


Once you have added your favorite items to the cart, you proceed to “checkout” and add your coupon to the “coupon box”.

Said coupon will instantly do its magic and your due total will drop!


How does it work?

Once you have completed your order, you will automatically receive on platform, in your personal area “portfolio” the randomly assigned NFT Domain value $50 or if you’re lucky a randomly assigned TLD with value $699 (between these: .immersive; .multiverse; .freelancer; .cashback; .hologram)

you can chose on which blockchain you want to mint your NFT Domain/TLD on and minting fee is covered by Freename!


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Why do i Need a Wallet?

Freename domains are blockchain-based assets and would be minted and stored using a wallet. Users are required to mint and manage their domains using a Metamask or Coinbase-configured wallet. It must be a non-custodial wallet, meaning that one must own the private keys to the wallet in order to approve transactions via a signature.

To benefit from Freename Web 3 domains/TLDs, you must have a wallet. This is because Web 3 domains/TLDs are blockchain-based assets. Users can mint and manage their domains using Metamask or Coinbase-configured wallets.

Keep in mind that it must be a non-custodial wallet. You own the private keys to the wallet (in order to approve transactions via a signature).

Are the Domains Associated with ICANN?

ICANN does not manage domains. believes their TLDs/domains must allow customers to operate independently. wants to build a utility infrastructure, allowing customers to use their services for valuable and generative purposes. By leveraging blockchain technology, Freename Web 3 domains/TLDs have no centralized authority imposing rules and regulations.

What is a Wallet?

Every blockchain user requires a wallet in order to interact with the network. A wallet is essentially an account on the blockchain where transactions can be sent and received. It is also where one can store blockchain assets such as cryptocurrency or NFTs (non-fungible tokens). There is no personal information associated with a wallet and none is required to create one. A wallet consists of a public key and a private key. The public key can be safely shared with anyone who wishes to send assets to the corresponding wallet, however, the private key should not be shared and is the key to accessing the wallet in the event where access is lost or to create another instance.

A crypto wallet (cryptocurrency wallet) is software or hardware that enables users to store and use cryptocurrency. With cryptocurrencies, there isn’t any actual money to carry around in a wallet. They exist on the blockchain. Similarly to traditional bank transfers, crypto wallets enable users to send and receive cryptocurrencies, NFTs, etc.

A wallet consists of a public key and a private key. To receive assets, you share your public key associated with your wallet. You should NEVER share your private key.

How do i Claim my Earnings from Freename

ou can withdraw revenues generated passively through a cryptocurrency transfer. Connect your cryptocurrency wallet and, once your withdrawal request is confirmed, the desired amount is pulled from Freename’s reserves and conveniently delivered to you!

Claim your earnings by following these steps:

  1. Connect your cryptocurrency wallet to
  2. Request a withdrawal
  3. Receive request confirmation
  4. Receive withdrawal directly to your wallet.

Can i Transfer Domains?

Yes. The domain is stored in your cryptocurrency wallet and can be transferred by you after you have minted it. Access your portfolio, select the TLD or Domain you wish to transfer and type the recipient’s address. Afterwards, you must paste the OTP code you received by mail to confirm the transaction. Keep in mind that currently, it is not possible to import the domain that has been transferred, but it will be possible soon!

Yes. Domains are transferable ONLY after a TLD/domain has been minted and stored in a user’s wallet.

To transfer the TLD (or domain), the user must:

  • Access their wallet
  • Select the item they want to transfer
  • Enter the recipient’s address.
  • Confirm the transaction by pasting the OTP received by email

In the future, will support importing domains that have been transferred.

What about Trademarks?

Registering a trademark on your Freename Web3 TLD will allow you to protect your web3 TLD and your logo worldwide juridically.

From the moment you deposit a trademark request, your web3 TLD will be protected worldwide for 6 months awaiting for the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property ( to confirm and register the availability of your TLD.****

A trademark is any symbol, phrase, or word that allows customers to identify a company’s goods or services. Freename is a web3 domain/TLD provider that also provides trademark registration.

A user must reach out to the trademark department to register a trademark. To get your trademark filed for review at the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property, a user must provide the following:

  1. Complete a Know your customer (KYC)
  2. A list of TLDs they wish to trademark
  3. Proof of payment

Once these conditions are met, it takes one week for the trademark to be reviewed and logo/TLDs to be provided with six months of worldwide protection.

Is Minting the same as Buying?

Purchasing a TLD (or domain) on Freename and minting it on the blockchain are two distinct steps. When you purchase a TLD (or domain), the transaction is recorded in Freename’s database and not on the blockchain. Minting a TLD (or domain) on the blockchain requires a second step: log into the user’s personal area, select the TLD (or domain) and press “mint TLD” (or domain): done! Don’t worry, once you have purchased a Freename domain, no one can take it away from you!

No. Buying and Minting a TLD/domain are two different things.**

Buying **is the process of recording a transaction on Freename’s database and not on the blockchain.

Minting is the process of pushing a user’s domain from data onto the public ledger of a blockchain and into a user’s wallet. Giving the user full control over the TLD/domain.

It is very easy to mint a domain/TLD once you purchase it. Simply:

  • Log into your personal area
  • Select the TLD (or domain)
  • Press “mint TLD” (or domain)

What is Domain Minting?

Minting is the process of publishing a Freename domain (or TLD) on the blockchain via your wallet to gain full custody of the domain. This means that the only person that has control over the domain (or TLD) is the person who controls (has access to) the wallet.

Minting is the process of pushing a user’s domain from data onto the public ledger of a blockchain and into a user’s wallet. Giving the user full ownership over the domain.

Minting on is as simple as the following steps:

  1. Go to the website
  2. Enter the TLD/domain you want to buy in the search bar
  3. Add the TLD/domain to your cart
  4. Go to checkout
  5. Create a account
  6. Purchase the TLD/domain with cryptocurrency or a credit card
  7. Go to “portfolio and incomes.”
  8. Click on mint TLD/domain

Which domains are Protected?

Protected domains and TLDs are domains and TLDs that we’ve detected are associated with a brand, organization, or notable person. We believe it is important to increase adoption for the next generation of the internet by helping to onboard brands into the Web3 era. If you are interested in applying for a Protected domain, please contact us.

TLDs/Domains associated with a notable person, brand or organization are considered Protected Domains. Protected domains help onboard brands in Web 3 increasing adoption. Protected domains also protect users from others impersonating/stealing their domains.

Reach out to to apply for a protected domain.

Why use Freename?

Freename domains are unique by their very nature: only with Freename you can register domains with unique TLDs for your digital identity while passively earning money! is not only the leading TLD and Domains platform in Web 3, but also lets users generate passive income!

Owning a Freename Web 3 TLD entitles users to receive passive income whenever a domain is bought on their TLD. Users can register and mint TLD/domains of their choice if available.

What is a Domain?

A domain name is a string of letters and/or numbers that points to the IP address of the corresponding website. Generally, it is easier to remember a name than a long string of numbers.

A domain name is an address that people type into a browser bar to find a website. It consists of a Top-Level Domain (TLD), everything that comes after the dot, and the Second-Level Domain (SLD), everything that comes before the dot.

For example, “” is the domain name, “Freename” is the SLD and “io” is the TLD.

Which Chains are Supported?

Freename has a multi-chain approach. You can choose on which Blockchain to mint your Web3 Domains and TLDs ranging Among Polygon, Cronos, and Binance.

A user can mint a domain/TLD on the following blockchains:

  • Polygon
  • Cronos
  • Binance

Freename plans to expand its multi-chain approach by adding blockchains upon which domains can be minted.

Are there Renewal Fees?

No! Once you’ve bought a Freename Domain or TLD, it’s yours forever, no renewal fees ever!

No. There are no renewal fees on Once a user has paid a one-time payment for a domain/TLD, they own it. Forever.

This is the significant advantage of Web 3 domain/TLD over traditional alternatives.

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