Why choose a .money domain?
The .money domain can add some bling to your brand. Whether you're a financial analyst, finance coach or a money blogger, you’ll be able to create a memorable domain name with the .money extension.
.money facts, stats & history
The .money domain extension is a generic top-level domain (TLD), managed and operated by Donuts. Today, there are over 16,000 domain registrations for .money websites, with only about half of those domains parked.
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Is .money right for you?
.money allows people to shorten their domain name length, particularly if their name ends with the word "money." The .money domain extension is a great choice for any businesses and individuals in the finance and investments industry, and other money-related niches.
Ideas for your .money domain
You can use a .money domain for a variety of purposes, such as creating a money blog, an online store, a website for cryptocurrency mining, an investment app, an exchange rate website, and so much more.
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FAQ - Learn more about .money domains
.money is a generic top-level domain (TLD) that's often used by businesses in the finance industry.
You might use a .money domain extension for a variety of purposes, such as shortening your URL if it ends with the word "money," or if you're building a website about money, such as a finance blog or service.
Globally, anyone can buy a .money domain name, as long as the name they’ve chosen is still available.
Yes, you can buy your branded .money domain names through Shopify.
Shopify offers free SSL for all the domains registered through our platform. SSL certificates can cost you hundreds of dollars a year.