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.cn registrars, requirements and history
Over the past decade or so, China has emerged as a vibrant, thriving, and even trendy nation, rivaling any other one might care to name in terms of its status as a power - it could, perhaps, even be the newest superpower. As such, it's no surprise that its country-specific Top-Level Domain, .CN, has exploded in popularity, its growth matching that of the nation that birthed it.
Introduced in November of 1990 and run under the auspices of the China Internet Network Information Center, the .CN TLD is geared toward and intended for China and the Chinese, both domestically and internationally speaking. There are no restrictions on the use of this domain, other than a second-level structure which requires registrants to use a domain suffix appropriate to the type of organization seeking a domain - art domains for artists, business domains for businesses, and so on.
China is one of the very small number of nations around the world whose domains are structured in such a way that they are capable of accommodating non-standard characters. This makes the use of Chinese characters possible, a rare thing indeed, given that the Internet is overwhelmingly English in its construction, at least in regard to its domain composition. However, if a registrant wishes to avail themselves of such technology, a domestic domain name registrar is required, since ICANN won't accept such things.
In any case, given its monolithic popularity, it isn't for nothing that the .CN TLD is billed as "China's Web Address".
.CN Domain Requirements General Rules
1. The domain name can only contain alphabets A to Z, numbers 1 to 9 and hyphens. It can't however have 2 hyphens in the third place.
2. Minimum legth of the domain name is 3 characters and the maximum is 63 characters.
.CN Domain Document Requirements
These are the following supporting documents are needed to complete registrations.
1.Registrant ID: ID Card
2. Residence Booklet
3. Driving License
(any will do)
1. Registrant ID
2. National ID
3. Residence Booklet
4. Driving License
(any will do)
1. Organization Code Certificate
2. Enterprice Business Certificate
3. Certificate of Public Institution or organization with Legal person status
If registrant plans on hosting a domain name in China, you will need to have a valid MIIT ICP Number.
Documents will need to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (JPEG format) within 7 days of the .CN order. If you fail to submit it within the required 7 days, it could lead to the suspension of the .CN domain name you registered.