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Dot.swiss Logo.svg
Introduced 2015
TLD type Generic top-level domain
Status Active
Registry dot.swiss
Sponsor Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM)
Intended use Swiss institutions and businesses
Registration restrictions Requires a "registered place of business and a physical administrative base in Switzerland"[1]
Structure Registrations at second level (ie. domain.swiss)
Documents https://www.icann.org/resources/agreement/swiss-2014-10-16-en
Registry Website https://dot.swiss/en/

.swiss is a top-level domain (TLD) for Switzerland. It was approved by ICANN as a TLD on 16 Oct 2014. This is meant to augment the traditional .ch TLD.

The Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM) began registering .swiss domains as of 7 September 2015. Open registration to other legal entities begins from 11 January 2016.[2]

Accredited registrars[edit]

As of December 06,2016.[3]

  • 101domain, Inc.
  • 1API GmbH
  • Ascio Technologies Inc. Danmark – filial of Ascio Technologies Inc. USA
  • BB Online
  • Crazy Domains FZ-LLC
  • COREhub S.R.L.
  • CPS-Datensysteme GmbH
  • CSC Corporate Domain, Inc.
  • EuroDNS S.A.
  • Hosteur Sàrl
  • Hosting Concepts dba Openprovider
  • Infomaniak
  • Hostpoint AG
  • iNIC GmbH
  • InterNetworX Ltd. & Co. KG
  • Instra Corporation Pty Ltd
  • Key-Systems LLC
  • Lexsynergy Limited
  • Marcaria (company)
  • MarkMonitor Inc.
  • Name Web BVBA
  • NetZone AG
  • Nom-IQ Ltd. dba Com Laude
  • PSI-USA, Inc./InterNetX GmbH
  • RegistryGate
  • SafeBrands
  • Safenames Limited
  • Secura GmbH
  • Switchplus AG
  • Vautron Rechenzentrum AG

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Facts". dot.swiss. Retrieved 8 January 2016. 
  2. ^ "Launch of the new .swiss internet domain". dot.swiss. Retrieved 8 January 2016. 
  3. ^ "Accredited Registrars". Dot.swiss.