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The .wiki domain was a brainchild of Top Level Design, who envisioned a distinct namespace for wikis, fostering ease of identification and accessibility amidst the internet's domain diversity. The journey commenced with a proposal to ICANN in June 2012, followed by a formal "Registry Agreement" in November 2013, culminating in its delegation to the DNS root zone on February 19, 2014.
The genesis of the .whoswho Top-Level Domain (TLD) unfolded under the bounds of ICANN's New gTLD Program, with the applicant being 21st Century Communications Limited, operating under the alias of Who's Who Registry. The narrative of .whoswho is one of envisioning a digital enclave for individuals of repute, whose accomplishments resonate across the global tapestry of Who's Who reference compendiums.
Initiated under ICANN’s New gTLD Program, the .investments domain was proposed to create a distinct digital space for entities associated with the investment sector. Donuts, through Holly Glen, LLC, led the charge in bringing this domain to life. The journey reached a pivotal milestone when .investments was delegated to the Root Zone on 23 April 2014, marking its official induction into the internet’s domain lexicon.