.KiDS Launch & Registration
.KiDS Sunrise & Launch Schedule:
|PERIOD OPEN (16:00 UTC)||PERIOD CLOSE (15:59 UTC)|
|1. TMCH Sunrise||Aug 11, 2022 (Thu)||Sep 14, 2022 (Wed)|
|2. Community Sunrise||Sep 20, 2022 (Tue)||Oct 19, 2022 (Wed)|
|3. Pioneer Domains||Oct 19, 2022 (Wed)||Nov 29, 2022 Tue)|
|General Availability (GA)||Nov 29, 2022 (Tue)|
NOTE: All periods open at UTC 16:00 and closes at UTC 15:59. Domain names are allocated on a First-Come-First-Served (FCFS) basis in all periods. There is no stoppage of the registry system between Community Sunrise, Pioneer Domains and GA.
Sunrise Dispute Resolution & Objection Periods:
Sunrise Dispute Resolution Policy (SDRP) applies to TMCH Sunrise. 45-day Objection periods for Community Sunrise (Oct 19 – Dec 3, 2022) and Pioneer Domains (Nov 29, 2022 – Jan 13, 2023) will be implemented. The list of Domain Names Applied For and the corresponding Organization name of the Registrant will be posted on the .KiDS website for the duration of the Objection periods.
The Registry Operator reserves the right to request for more information from registrants during these periods. Decisions on merits of any objections received will be made at the sole discretion of the Registry Operator.
Read more about the Objections Take-down Process and Appeals Policy.
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.KIDS Sunrise & Startup Policies
This document sets out the Sunrise policies and process for the launch of the .KiDS Registry. These policies and process are designed to ensure an orderly and equitable allocation of domains to qualified parties before the .KiDS Registry is opened for general registrations for the public.
Submit Documents for Eligibility
Documentation substantiating the Eligibility Requirements were voluntarily submitted through the .KiDS Registry website during or upon request after the Startup & Sunrise periods:
– Community Sunrise Period Submission
– Pioneer Domains Period Submission
Objections Take-down Process
This policy sets out the processes by which abusive domain names within DotKids owned and operated Top Level Domains (TLDs) will be taken-down as well as appeals processes available to Registered Name Holders (“Registrants”).