EU domains may only be owned by citizens of the European Union, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein, or by legal entities domiciled or branched in those countries. Domains can be registered for a period of 1-10 years and extended arbitrarily for up to 10 years. A change in the registrar of an EU domain is paid, ..
Due to the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), EURid has changed its access to the visible data of the domain owner in the public EU domain WHOIS. Therefore, it is no longer possible to hide and reveal data, but only the necessary ones are displayed as follows: For a natural ..
How to Manage Domain Contacts You can manage the contacts of all your domains in your customer account. If you created these contacts with another provider, we recommend that you transfer them. This will greatly facilitate their administration. Each contact can be in a different registry (just like domains), we divide them according to domain ..
For CZ and EU domains we offer DNSSEC technology. Here you will find basic information and instructions for activating and multipl..
Detailed information and procedure for changing the EU domain owner. Change is confirmed by the authorization password, which is sent to e-mail the origi..
Any domains can be moved to another customer’s account by verification of authorization..
Detailed information and procedure for the transfer domain from another EU regist..
Information about the expiration and renewal of domains, setting behavior before ..
Instructions for editing of the domain owne..