Verisign have opened their Hebrew internationalised domain name, קום., for registration, with General Availability on a first come, first served basis, having commenced on 5 November.
קום. which translates to “place” is a new generic top level domain (new gTLD) and has been created to help individuals and businesses build or expand their online presence and capture more Hebrew-speaking customers by connecting with those customers online in their own language. קום. also helps make Hebrew domain names easier for native Hebrew speakers to type and remember. Best of all, קום. is trustworthy because it’s operated by Verisign, the same company that brings you .com.
Both IDN and ASCII/Latin character second-level domain names may be registered in קום.