ccTLDs stands for Country Code Top Level Domain. A TLD is the suffix found at the end of a web address. In, the TLD is .io. Sub-categories for TLDs or called “ccTLDs” and are used for countries and territories as opposed to gTLD which are reserved for generic uses (.com, .edu…)

Some common ccTLDs:

  • .fr (France)
  • .it (Italy)
  • .es (Spain)
  • .de (Germany)
  • .cn (China)
  • .nl (Netherlands)

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