Get a .WIKI Domain Name from Hover

A wiki is defined as a website that allows collaborative editing of its content and structure by its community of users and the Internet wouldn't be the same without them. Admit it: you couldn't have gotten through half of your school projects without the help of Wikipedia - but we won't tell anyone. 😉Collaboration is why the Internet exists as it does. The Internet would be a very different place if content were controlled by a handful of people. Collaboration powers your wiki website and your community means the world to you. Keep the spread of information alive and well on a .WIKI website.

Registrations, Renewals, & Transfers
$29.99/ year

Why own the .WIKI Domain Name

Start building, together. Wikis have proven themselves to be a revolutionary collaboration technology. They are elegant in their simplicity and are used internally at nearly every major and medium sized company, in addition to being the foundation of one of the most popular websites in the world, Wikipedia. A .WIKI domain clearly broadcasts your intent to build an engaging group resource and will enable you to take your teamwork to the next level.

A Little History about .WIKI

The .WIKI domain is managed by the Top Level Design Registry. It was first introduced to the public on May 27th 2014. .WIKI is a Generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) that is available for registration by anyone without restriction.

What do I get with my .WIKI domain?

  • Available Terms 1–10 years
  • WHOIS Privacy Supported Yes
  • Transfer Lock Supported Yes
  • Auth Codes Required for Transfer Yes
  • DNSSEC Supported No
  • Tiered Price Supported Yes

    This domain extension supports tiered price domain names. Tiered pricing means that the domain registry has marked some some domain names within this extension as costing more or less than others. Tiered pricing domain names will appear with a blue star, and they have different registration prices than normal. Hover offers tiered pricing to give you the most options when it comes to buying domain names. Tier prices are determined by the registry, and not Hover.