.MUSIC is giving away 1 million free domains: Get Yours Now!

.MUSIC, the new top-level domain dedicated to music, is giving away a million free MUISIC domains through May 24th.

Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Spotify, UMG, Soundcloud, Ticketmaster, and Live Nation are established artists and music companies already registered their .MUSIC domain.

The domain will launch globally on June 25, 2024, at retail prices set by ICANN-accredited domain registrars and resellers.

“Our objective for this once-in-a-lifetime global campaign is to make sure the right names get to the right people at zero cost or risk to the global music community,” said .MUSIC Founder and CEO Constantine Roussos

This free domain giveaway is aimed at accelerating adoption by offering a risk-free opportunity for artists, labels, publishers, and other stakeholders to secure their intellectual property and establish a verified online presence with a trusted domain much like .edu or .gov.

A one-time identity verification fee of $1.99 USD per domain name will apply. The fee is refundable if the user cannot get the domain they requested and they do not want an alternative domain name.

Individual musicians, bands, music companies, and industry professionals can sign up here.

Music organizations can sign up at https://www.partner.music/promo to offer free .MUSIC domains to their members and customer base. Eligible organizations include digital distributors, music associations, collection societies, digital service providers, performing rights organizations, and any music organization or company with a membership or customer base.

“The value proposition for the global music industry is complete ownership of their brand names and platform under their verified and credible name.MUSIC,” said Roussos. “It is now time for artists to take full ownership of their digital music identity, their online assets, and their fan relationships under a trusted and verified MusicID.”

Bruce Houghton is the Founder and Editor of Hypebot, a Senior Advisor at Bandsintown, President of the Skyline Artists Agency, and a Berklee College Of Music professor.

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