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Startups on Radix domains rake in $436 mn in VC funding

Radix an advertiser here at TheDomains decided to put together a report on all the venture capital raised by companies using their extensions. .Tech was the most popular extension taking the top 7 spots. Innoviz.tech raised $82 million, the .com parked and registered since 1996. Tenx.tech raised $81 million, the .com forwards to Ten-X.com a […]

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Radix appoints Sandeep Ramchandani as CEO

Radix announced today that Bhavin Turakhia will step down as CEO and that Sandeep Ramchandani will become CEO. There was also a story in the India Times about where Radix sees business for 2018. Full Release 15th Jan 2017, Dubai. Radix, the domain registry founded by serial entrepreneurs Bhavin Turakhia and Divyank Turakhia, has appointed […]

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Ramchandani promoted to Radix CEO

New gTLD registry Radix has appointed long-time business head Sandeep Ramchandani as CEO. He’s replacing Bhavin Turakhia, who is CEO of parent company Directi and executive chairman of Radix. Ramchandani had a lot of autonomy as business head and VP of the company and, in my view, has been basically CEO in all but name […]

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Sandeep Ramchandani named CEO of Radix

Sandeep Ramchandani replaces Bhavin Turakhia as CEO. New top level domain name registry Radix has named Sandeep Ramchandani as its CEO. He was previously the vice president and business head for business. Bhavin and Divyank Turakhia founded and funded the company. Bhavin was acting as CEO until now. Radix operates nine top level domain names […]

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Radix crosses $1 million in premium sales in H2 2017

Radix (an advertiser here) reported their premium sales for (fiscal year second half of 2017. Some of the key highlights of this report are: Radix crosses $1 million in premium sales in H2 2017 64% renewal rate of recurring premiums sold via registrars (applicable for premiums renewing for the 1st time) .FUN emerges as the 3rd […]

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Radix shares financial numbers for the first time

Radix an advertiser here on TheDomains.com has put out an update on their business. 50% of total revenues coming from the renewals of non premium domains is a decent sign in my opinion. Some of the key highlights of the attached report: ·         50% + of the total revenue comes from non-premium domain renewals ·         […]

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Radix says it’s profitable after making $12 million this year

New gTLD stable Radix said today that it expects to top $12 million in revenue this year. The company also told DI that it is currently profitable. Radix, which counts the likes of .site and .store among its portfolio of nine active gTLDs, said revenue so far for the calendar year has been tallied at […]

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Radix claims 77% renewal rates after two years

New gTLD registry Radix says that three of its larger TLDs have seen a 77% renewal rate two years after launch. The company said today that .online had 75% renewals, with .tech at 78% and .site at 81%. It appears to have carved out these three from its portfolio for attention, ignoring the rest of […]

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Startup on Radix domain has more downloads on Play Store than Lyft and Hulu combined

Sponsored by Radix   Radix, one of the largest domain portfolio registries, announced that AI startup, Kika Tech (www.kika.tech), has more than 100 million Android app downloads worldwide. Kika is one of the many startups on Radix domains that have acclaimed global recognition. This is just one of the many startups, in various stages of […]

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Eight more gTLDs get Chinese licenses

Radix and MMX have had four new gTLDs each approved for use in China. MMX has had .work, .law, .beer and .购物 (Chinese for “shopping”) approved by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. Radix gained approval for .fun, .online, .store and .tech. The approvals mean that Chinese customers of Chinese registrars will be able […]

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