Monday, March 28th, 2022

CentralNic Registry is very proud to be sponsoring the first regional DNS Forum in the Asia Pacific region, co-hosted by MYNIC and ICANN with the support of KKMM and MCMC.

The theme for this event is Beyond Technology: The Revolution of DNS.

APAC DNS Forum 2022 will feature a multitude of topics discussing the role of the DNS from multiple perspectives. The forum will feature distinguished speakers and key players from all over the world.

Make sure you join CentralNic Registry at 1515 - 1600 (UTC+8) on 31st March, where Head of Registry Services, Gavin Brown, will be tackling the subject of Thick or Thin Registry & Data Escrow for ccTLD and gTLD.

What's the difference? Simply put, in a thin registry, the contact details for a domain registration (namely the registrant, admin, technical and billing contacts) are stored at the registrar, and the registry's whoisserver only shows basic domain information and provides a referral to the "registrar whois" which then shows the relevant contact data. Conversely, in a thick registry system, the contact details are stored at the registry level, and are shown in the "registry whois". There is no "registrar whois".

You don't want to miss Gavin's session, or the APAC DNS event. It's free to register and attend, so click here to save your place:

Click here to find out how CentralNic can help ccTLD registries in the Asia-Pacific region

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