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January 18, 2018 01:58

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CentralNic extends XYZ deal until 2032

CentralNic and XYZ.com have extended their registry services pact for the next fifteen years, according to CentralNic. Announcing its first-half 2017 financial results today, CentralNic said the back-end contract has been extended until 2032. It’s an unusually long duration for a registry services contract, which are usually much more likely to run about five years. […]

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CentralNic reports 2016 earnings and growth driven by Instra

Instra acquisition accounts for company’s growth last year. Instra acquisition boosted CentralNic’s numbers. Domain name company CentralNic (AIM: CNIC) reported earnings for 2016 this morning. The company grew its top line and Adjusted EBITDA significantly, with almost all of the growth coming from its acquisition of domain name registrar Instra at the beginning of 2016. […]

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CentralNic Buys Registrar Instra.com & Stock is Down Almost 20%

CentralNic (LON:CNIC) is buying privately-owned domain name registrar, Instra Group, funded in part from a £10mln placing of stock with investors at 40p a share, for almost £16mln (A$33mln). According to the press release “the purchase will extend CentralNic’s capabilities and “significantly increase” its retail offering.” According to the press release Instra in the year […]

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CentralNic to swell with $24m Instra buy

CentralNic is set to grow revenue by almost three quarters by acquiring Australian registrar Instra for $23.7 million. The acquisition is for AUD 33 million, AUD 30 million of which will be in cash. CentralNic plans to raise £10 million ($15 million) with a share placement to help fund the deal. “This acquisition will grow […]

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Are Your Domains Spread Across Different Registrars? Solve Your Problem + Win A Trip To New Zealand

I think for me the most complicated year was 2010, at that point I had purchased enough domains that I had account at more than ten different registrars. This had two major issues, first it was hard to keep track of when everything was renewing and easy to accidentally let a valuable name expire and […]

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