Cutting-edge Domain Web Services

We believe the future is Co-operative —and Crypto!

Inspired by the writings of David Heinemeier Hansson, creator of Ruby on Rails, and Jason Fried, founder of 37Signals (now Basecamp), fueled by the open source tools of Matt Mullenweg, Automattic, and Dries Buytaert, and blown away by the genius of Tobias Lütke, in between our day jobs, we went on an experimental Web-making spree and became the ‘starters’ (specific credit to: DHH) of The Co-operative Knowledgebase, The Co-operative Register, The Co-operative Exchange, and The New Co-operator.

Today, much remains to be done. We believe in co-operatives for collective freedom; and in bitcoin for individual liberty. We aim to contribute to a more open and permission-less world.

SOC 2 Compliant

System and Organization Controls (SOC) certification assures clients that our partner EnCirca (Type II Certification), uses systems to protect their data. It audits security, availability, process integrity, privacy and confidentiality.

Businesses with valuable domain names and working websites should conduct due diligence to make sure their domain name registrar follows best practices to secure their domain name against malicious activity such as hijacking.

Highly-regulated industries, such as banks, credit unions and medical service providers are strongly advised to assess their domain name registrar for potential cybersecurity risk.

EnCirca is pleased to provide copies of its SOC 2 security audit report available to existing and prospective customers, partners and Registry suppliers.

Discover AI with .bot Domains

A .bot domain is your bot’s home on the internet. Bots are used to automate an incredible array of repetitive tasks. As more of our daily activities move online, the popularity of bots will only continue to boom.

You can register your .BOT domain name with EnCirca for anytime from 1-10 years.

Most .BOT domain names registered with EnCirca will appear in your account instantly.

Domain name encryption for .BOT can come in many forms. As one of the most secure domain name registrars, EnCirca offers multiple levels of cybersecurity for your domain names. From SSL Certificate encryption, Secure DNS, and Secure Web Hosting to multi-factor authentication and domain name registrar locks, EnCirca has you covered. View our entire selection of cybersecurity tools for your domain name.

Blockchain Brand Protection

Blockchain domain names work just like regular domain names regulated by ICANN, by simply activating an extension in any web browser. Blockchain domain names are decentralized, anonymous and immutable.

Blockchain development is exploding across various industries ranging from banking, healthcare, transportation to supply-chains.  Industry leaders such as IBM, Microsoft, Amazon and Google as well as thousands of venture-capital funded start-ups are racing to dominate Blockchain applications.

Just like the emergence of domain names on the Internet in 1995 spurred the need for brand owners to defensively register domain names, trademark owners need to act quickly to defensively register their trademarks on blockchain domain names.

Unlike domain names regulated by ICANN, Blockchain domain names have none of the existing Rights Protection Mechanisms that Trademark owners rely on to protect and enforce their trademark rights, such as UDRP, URS, WHOIS and the Trademark Clearinghouse.

Handshake 2nd Level Domains

The TLS Handshake protocol is a proof-of-work protocol like Bitcoin. Handshake domain names are top-level domain names (TLDs like .com, .net or .org). Handshake domains do not resolve on regular DNS sites.

Handshake domain names are a decentralized naming protocol in which each peer validates and manages the root DNS naming zone. This is with the intention of replacing existing Certificate Authorities and naming systems. With more protections and no central authority, users are allowed to create their own custom domain names.

Handshake requires that everyone follows the same software rules in order for everyone to reach a programmatic agreement on name ownership. When a name is registered, the owner receives a cryptographic key that only they control, which allows them to grant ownership to their name and write records on Handshake that identify, approve, and locate resources associated with it.