A domain registrar is a company that holds the license to register and sell domain names to the public. It also offers alternative names and assigns a designated IP address for the domain bought. A registrar charges a fee depending on the purchased domain and add-ons, such as privacy and protection or web hosting. NameCheap and Domain.com are two popular domain registrars.

Updated January 2, 2023

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