The .ORG TLD is one of the first gTLD's invented. The TLD originates from the word 'organization' and was intended for non-profit organizations. The restrictions were never put in place, so anyone can use this TLD. Nowadays it is commonly used by schools, open-source projects and some communities.
There are no restrictions for the .ORG TLD. Anyone can register one and they are served on a first-come basis.
The transfer requires an EPP / Authorization code that you can obtain from your current domain registrar. In order for the transfer to succeed, transfer lock must be disabled and at least 60 days must have passed since its registration or last transfer.
By transferring a domain to NordName, you will also renew it for one year and get to benefit of our numerous free domain services.
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The registry is based in a non-EU country, but the European Commission has determined that this country, or the registry otherwise, offers an adequate level of data protection. Your data protection rights are guaranteed and you're good to go.
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