.de Domain Name.
Register a .de domain name
.de is the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Germany.
In terms of registrations, the .de domain name is currently one of the most popular ccTLDs around and amongst all domain extensions, is second to only to .com . The .de domain takes its name from the first two letters of Deutschland, the German word for Germany.
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Why register a .de domain name?
Germany is one of the largest countries in Europe and offers plenty of opportunity if you are either looking to expand your business or already have a presence in the country.
- With a population of around 81.8 million, Germany has the largest population of any of the European Union members.
- Germany has the largest economy in the European Union and the fourth largest economy worldwide. It is also the second largest exporter of goods worldwide.
- Germany is a leader in technological advances in many fields, along with being one of the major European political powers.
What can you do with your .de domain name?
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About the .de domain registry
Founded in 1996, DENIC is .de domain name registry. DENIC was created from an initiative by the German Internet Industry. The purpose of DENIC is to ensure the operation of the .de domain nin accordance with the Internet Standards. Originally, .de domain names were introduced in 1986 and first managed by the Department of Computer Science of the University of Dortmund.