2013-01-04 07:20:16 - Jungle Navigator provides information about more than thousand of the new generic top-level domains (gTLDs), which are introduced by Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
In 2012, ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) started process which will result in introduction of more than thousand of new gTLDs (generic top-level domains). Top-Level domain is the last part of the domain name (e.g. .com, .org, .net, etc.
This means that you will not only be able to register domain like yourname.com, yourname.org, yourname.biz (and couple of others), you will be able to choose from more than thousand of gTLDs like .sport, .fashion, .blog, .guide or even .lol.
The new gTLDs aren't available yet; they will be available in end of 2013 / start 2014. So why bother with them now? The answer is: Who comes first, catches the best domain name(s) (under the new gTLDs). Companies are
starting to introduce pre-registrations, auctions, or trademark claims. So if you watch the new gTLD rush, you will be able to catch the domain name(s) of your interest before someone else does.
Jungle Navigator is a website which aims to help you to orientate you in this jungle of the new gTLDs, it provides convenient information about those new gTLDs. They are categorized. You can find which organization or companies are applying to operate the particular gTLDs, and find more info about them through their Twitter or Facebook profiles or related Wikipedia articles. You can also discuss under each gTLD, you can search the list. In addition, there is a FAQ page where you can find the general information about the gTLDs. Also, there is links page which provides you with further resources.