Benefits/Costs of Becoming an ICANN-Accredited Registrar
Hi, I was wondering how onerous the ICANN registrar accreditation process really is, in practice.
The Rules require proof of financial solvency as well as technical proficiency, but can't a lot of the technical aspects be outsourced?
If you were getting into the business of researching/buying/reselling a large volume of domain names, wouldn't it make sense to just become a registrar yourself? Thanks!
There is a lot of Benefits/Costs of Becoming an ICANN-Accredited Registrar we will get a lot of perfect direction for perfect growth so we will remind any perspective and taking a action for positive aspects.
Sure, there are only benefits of becoming ICANN-Accredited, but the price is not low at all
if there are only benefits then they could far outweigh the costs...
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Sorry for the late response ;-) Just noticed this thread now. The process usually takes 2-3 months (ICANN has a lot of requests now and the due diligence takes time as well).
Originally Posted by Limelight
You can outsource the technical process and those service providers that offer hosted systems to run a registrar often will also help you get accredited if you're willing to commit to using their services for a while.
Usually it only stars making sense at about 8,000 to 10,000 domains if you're looking to save money. If it's about protection/control for your own portfolio.
Let me know if you would like to know more.