The Cloudflare domain name registrar is now available to all Cloudflare customers, the company announced on Friday.
The registrar launched a highly-secure registrar in 2016 and started expanding the registrar in September of last year. It was still only open to select customers until now.
The big hook for the registrar is that Cloudflare doesn’t charge a markup. Customers pay whatever Cloudflare pays the registry and any ICANN fees.
The company is touting another big feature: one-click Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC). 25% of domains using Cloudflare registrar now use DNSSEC.
Other registrars might follow suit in light of ICANN’s new push to get all domain names to enable DNSSEC.
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