Registration restrictions None
|Intended use None (truly generic)|
|Introduced February 22, 2015
May 20, 2015
TLD type Generic top-level domain (gTLD)
Registry One Registry & ARI Registry Services (a Neustar company)
.one is a top-level domain. It was proposed in ICANN's New generic top-level domain (gTLD) Program, and became available to the general public on May 20, 2015. One Registry (a subsidiary of One.com A/S) and ARI Registry Services (a Neustar company) are the registries for the domain.
With the ICANN's New gTLD Program, One.com took the opportunity and diversified upstream from being only a registrar to becoming registry. One.com won at private auction with Radix Registry the rights to the .one string. The auction was the "single sealed bid second price" model, in which the winner bidder offers the highest bid and pays the second highest bid.
As of February 2016, .one was the thirty-seventh most registered domain name on the Internet, with 50,629 registrations. One.com was the second highest registrar for .one, out of its 107 accredited registrars.