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NOTE: Domain names are non-refundable. Domain names are offered through NameCheap and Internet.BS currently, with plans to move to NameCrane (A FranTech Company) once they launch their service publicly. Standard TOS / AUP apply. (Don't use domains for phishing, spam, etc).

!!! Domain names are currently manually approved and setup within 12 hours. !!!

All domain names are manually approved to prevent abuse. Because we use our information in place of your own, we will refuse to process any order that is blatantly going to be used for phishing (Ex: secure-chasebankco.tld) or blatantly illegal activities (Ex: BuyCocaineOnline.tld) If you're unsure, please contact us first.

We offer private domain name registration that allows you to pay for domain names with popular cryptocurrencies (BitCoin, Monero, Litecoin, etc) as well as traditional payment methods such as via PayPal and credit/debit card via our Stripe gateway.

The way our private domain name registration works is that we use our information in place of your own. This means that every new domain name registered through IncogNET has the following information submitted as part of the registration process:

First Name: Incog
Last Name: Name
Company Name: IncogNET LLC
Email Address:
Address 1: 30 N Gould Street
Address 2: STE 4000
City: Sheridan
State/Region: WY
Postcode: 82801
Country: USA
Phone Number:



Unless you initiate or request a transfer of the domain name from your account with us and to another registar, this information can not be changed and it will be behind a WhoIS Guard where available for additional domain privacy. This allows you to register a domain name with no verifiable personally identifiable information as we use our own information in place of yours.

  • You may update your nameservers to point your domain name to any webhosting provider that you choose, you do not need to use your domain name with IncogNET hosting services or use the default IncogNET DNS.
  • More TLDs, including handshake domains will be available in the future.
  • Anycast, DDoS protected DNS management and more is in the works.

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