Nigeria
Kenya
South Africa
China
India
United States
Indonesia
Brazil
Egypt
Tanzania
Ethiopia
Uganda
Congo, Dem. Rep.
Ghana
Cote d'Ivoire
Cameroon
Rwanda
Germany
France
Spain
United Kingdom
Italy
Russia
Japan
Bangladesh
Mexico
Philippines
Pakistan
Turkey
Thailand
Korea, (South)
Netherlands

What is a ccTLD

ccTLD is a country code Top Level Domain. It refers to internet top level domain used or reserved to a country, sovereign state or independent territory identified by a country code. ASCII country codes are usually two letter long.

As of 2018, IANA started allowing internationalized country top level domain. This refers to domain names in native languages e.g domains in Hindu, French, and Arabic among other.

Examples of ccTLD include

.us – USA

.ca – Canada

.mx- Mexico

.uk – United Kingdom

.nl – Netherlands

.au – Australia

.cn – China

.de – Germany

.jp – Japan

.ke – Kenya

.tz – Tanzania

.ng – Nigeria

.za – South Africa

 

 

Internationalized ccTLD

 

Domain                                                                 Language

ভারত .bharat in Bangla
.भारत .bharat in Devanagari
.ભારત .bharat in Gujarati
.ਭਾਰਤ .bharat in Gurumukhi (Punjabi)
.இந்தியா .bharat in Tamil
.భారత్ .bharat in Telugu
. بھارت .bharat in Urdu

 

 

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