The time has come. You can now have yourself a .cloud domain name.
You can’t get a .cloud domain name through the recently launched Google Domains site, but several other vendors already support the new top-level domain (TLD), including 1&1 and GoDaddy, as Domain Name Wire reported yesterday.
Maybe .cloud will become the hot new TLD for cloud computing startups. The .io, .ai, and .ly TLDs have certainly run their course. Nw would be a good time to register a .cloud domain name while many are still available at low cost.
For instance, I see that jordan.cloud is still available. Hmmm. Gotta run.
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