What is a gTLD?

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gTLD stands for generic Top-Level Domain. A gTLD is part of the Internet's global addressing system or Domain Name System (DNS). The term “gTLD” refers to the specific suffixes which appear at the end of Internet addresses and are used to route traffic through the Internet. There are different types of top-level domains, which help to identify specific types of organizations, associations or activities (see RFC 1591). Some gTLDs, such as .com or .info, are intended for general use. Others are intended for use by a specific community - such as .COOP for cooperative organizations. A complete list of existing gTLDs is available at http://www.iana.org/domains/root/db/.