This week, Google announced launch dates for two new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) that had been sitting idle for some time. Google is gradually working through its backlog of new gTLDs that have not yet been released.
Sunrise periods for trademark owners lasting one month will begin on October 4, and general availability will begin on November 15 for both.boo and.rsvp domain names, which will both follow the same launch timeline.
From the 8th to the 15th of November, there will also be Early Access Periods, during which time names can be reserved early for premium prices that decrease daily. These periods will run.
According to Google Registry, people who use the.boo domain are “creating a website for love, laughs, or a surprise,” whereas those who use the.
Customers “celebrating a wedding, organizing a fundraiser, or taking bookings for their business” are the ones who should use the “rsvp” service.
In terms of constraints, it seems that they are among the Google TLDs with the fewest requirements.
Over the past eight years, Google has maintained ownership of both of the gTLDs.