What is a ccTLD domain?

ccTLD stands for Country Code Top Level Domain and refers to domain extensions based on a country, a territory, or a sovereign state. They are always two letters long and some examples include .uk, .it, or .de. 

We at AllThe.Domains have over 150 ccTLDs for sale - take a look at our domain registration page. You can also take a look at our general domain name guide to learn more about how domains work. 

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