Overview: CORE (Council of Registrars) is an association of Internet domain name registrars. It was created in 1997 based on the Generic Top-Level Domains Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to launch new names spaces. Its purpose is to operate, on a cost-recovery basis, a shared registration system (SRS) for Internet domain names. The CORE SRS enables CORE members to access to the .com/.net./.org/.biz/.info/.name registry in real time and to maintain the domain holder and contact information in a shared database.
Specifications: Not available
IPR Policy: See Article 17, available at: http://www.corenic.org/articles_of_association.htm
Current Status: Active
Last Updated: February 12, 2014