Top level domains
Top-level domains, or TLDs for short, are domains of the hierarchy’s highest level. They are all located in the root zones of name spaces. For lower-level domains, TLD is the last part of the domain name, i.e., the last label of a full domain name. For instance, in www.sample.net, the top-level domain is ‘.net’.
Domain name registrations, by TLD
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