There is currently 1 name in this directory beginning with the letter G.
gTLD stands for Generic Top-Level Domain, which is a type of top-level domain (TLD) that is not associated with a specific country or geographic location. Examples of gTLDs include .com, .org, .net, .info, .biz, and .name.
gTLDs were created in the 1980s to help categorize and organize websites on the internet. They are used to indicate the purpose or nature of a website’s content or business, such as commercial (.com), non-profit organization (.org), network infrastructure (.net), information (.info), business (.biz), and personal (.name).
In 2012, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) introduced a new program that allowed for the creation of new gTLDs beyond the existing ones. This led to the introduction of many new gTLDs such as .app, .shop, .blog, and .xyz, among others.
Overall, gTLDs play an important role in identifying and categorizing websites on the internet, and they are managed by designated organizations or authorities that set the rules and guidelines for registering and managing domain names under each gTLD.