The .eu registry is implementing a court order to revoke almost 9.000 eu-domain , following the resolution of a Brussels Court of Appeal. According to the usual standards, these revoked domain names are now in quarantine for 40 days. Then, these domain names will be released over a 48 hour period on 24 and 25 October 2011 for registration on a first-come, first-served basis. These 9.000 eu-domain names can be registered by anyone eligible.
The registration of eu-domain is the biggest event in domain business since
the introduction of com-domains. Everybody can apply for eu-domain.
There are many good names, which are still free at .eu. Secure your European identity and register the names which are
important to you.
IDN or eu-domain with special characters
We are accepting registration of IDNs at .eu.
Internationalised Domain Names (IDNs) are domain names that may contain non-ASCII characters. An example for an special character is e.g. è. These special characters include letters with accents and characters in non-Latin languages such as Greek, for example.
The implementation of IDNs at eu-domain supports all characters of all the 23 official EU languages.
Registration of expired eu-domain
We are registering eu-domain in quarantine.
If a eu-domain is deleted by the owner or the provider of the owner, it is not longer active, but stays restorable.
The status of the deleted eu-domain are in "quarantine". The owner or
provider of the owner can restore the eu-domain.
If the eu-domain is not restored within 40 days, the domain is definetly deleted.
ICANN Registrar Secura is able to register eu-domain in quarantine in the moment of their final deletion.
This is a service for domain owners, who have lost their eu-domain by negligence or for interested parties seeking
an interesting eu-domain.
You can read the conditions here.