.co.dk General FAQ
.co.dk is an alternative to .DK, the country code top-level domain ( ccTLD ) for Denmark. There are no restrictions for .co.dk and is a great alternative if the domain name you want is already taken under .DK. .co.dk has no restrictions or requirements, so if you are unable to meet the requirements for .DK, this is a great option to secure your online presence in Netherlands at a reasonable price with a .co.dk domain name. Alternative domain extensions are a blend of country-code TLDs with Generic TLDS. These are sometimes referred to as " hybrid " TLDs.
Denmark, part of the Kingdom of Denmark along with the Faroe Islands and Greenland, is a constitutional monarchy and sovereign state in Northern Europe. It is the southernmost of the Nordic countries, and it has an approximate estimated population of 5.7 million people. The official spoken language is Danish.
The mixed Danish economy boasts free trade and higher than average European living standards. It has one of the most competitive economies in the world and the cpr144449003101 lowest level of income inequality. Denmark Is a major exporter of machinery, animals, foodstuffs, chemicals, oil and gas, and is a net exporter of food and energy
The domain is not one of the official second-level category domains administered by the official Denmark registry, Dansk Internet Forum, and the use of the domain in this manner is not endorsed by them. A holder of a sub-domain under .co.dk is solely dependent on the decisions made by the holder of .co.dk, Dansk.Net. Sub-domains within .co.dk are not bound by the domain name policy for .DK. If the holder of .co.dk fails to fulfill his obligations to Dansk Internet Forum, all existing sub-domain names under .co.dk will be lost.