Why .WEBCAM domain?

Webcams have revolutionised modern communications, bringing science fiction of even fairly recent generations ago into mainstream reality. Webcams have a huge range of applications across a spectrum of formal and informal settings: saving the planet by facilitating face-to-face business meetings without the need to travel, transmitting the news as it happens from hotspots around the world, saving people’s lives with a video feed to a hospital trauma unit from the site of an accident to seeing simply a loved one’s face from the other side of the planet.

It is fair to say that since its inception the internet has fundamentally altered the way people communicate, share, play, do business and learn. However, access to the countless benefits and opportunities which the internet offers can often be hindered when navigating the ever-expanding sea of irrelevant, unwelcome and sometimes malicious content which also exists, and this is particularly true of online webcam services.

As the use of webcams become integral in daily lives, the need for an accessible, trusted and secure online location from which to access and take advantage of webcam-related products and services becomes even more pressing.

To this end, the new .WEBCAM generic Top Level Domain (TLD) provides a highly attractive space for businesses and consumers for carrying out their face-to-face, online interactions. With .WEBCAM the accessibility of webcam resources on the Internet is unrivalled, and the .WEBCAM domain name provides a trusted location for those wishing to connect online via webcams.

What is .WEBCAM registry?

Webcams enable users to conduct real-time interactions, and, with the associated developments in Internet and information technology, are now accessible to millions of people globally on PCs, tablets, mobile phones and even televisions.

In a nutshell the .WEBCAM registry provides internet domain names and associated services to those interested in creating an easy to find, trusted space and a focal point for others interested in the commercial and social use of mobile video technologies.

The variety of potential uses for webcams is vast. They range from professional and functional services, such as conducting business meetings remotely, facilitating e-commerce with Augmented Reality, maintaining online and video dating services, and providing security; or altogether more amusing and light-hearted amateur pastimes, such as sharing funny homemade videos, or setting up a webcam to find out how the family cat spends its day. Webcams can, and are, pointed to just about anything, as a quick search on the Internet will illustrate: people, places, traffic, events – the list is endless.

Accessing the Internet’s benefits and opportunities safely can be troublesome when faced with the abundance of irrelevant, confusing and sometimes malicious, content that exists. This is particularly true of online webcam services. Establishing .WEBCAM as your generic TLD immediately provides you with an ascertainable name which differentiates you from your competitors and neatly describes what the experience will be.