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About .dk Domains

DK Hostmaster is the sponsor and Hexonet aka 1 Api GmbH is our backend provider for the country-code top-level domain name (ccTLD) .dk extension that represents Denmark.

Who can register .dk domains?

Anyone can register a .dk domain. If the registrant or admin contact is an organization/company located in Europe, they have to submit a VAT-ID. If the registrant or admin contact is a natural person, no matter where they live, or is an organization/company outside of Europe, they do not need to submit a VAT-ID.

The process to activate your .DK domain is easy. The listed registrant should have received an email from info@dk-hostmaster.dk shortly after you purchased your domain. There's an attachment to this email that contains your user ID and password to your registry account, as well as steps to activate your domain. If you are unable to locate this email, please contact info@dk-hostmaster.dk to request your login information. Please follow the steps and activate your domain as soon as possible. Failure to do so within 4 days of purchasing the domain will result in your domain name being deleted without refund.

Note: You should not update the Billing contact information as this will transfer the domain name to the Registry and you won't be able to manage it through your GoDaddy account. 1API GmbH (aka Hexonet) is the partner we use in order to offer .DK domains. If you have accidentally transferred the domain away, please reach out to our award-winning GoDaddy Guides for help.

Registration Restrictions
Must Use
  • 1 - 63 Characters
Can Use
  • Letters: a-z
  • Numbers: 0-9
  • Hyphens (except in the 1st or last characters of the domain name)
Cannot Use
  • Special Characters (e.g.,& and #)

Features Availability
Registration Length 1, 2, 3 or 5 years
Renewal Length 1 year1
Bulk Registration Supported
Backorders Not Supported
Transfers To Not Supported
Transfers Away Supported2
Account Change Not Supported
Protected Registration Not Supported
Private Registration (DBP) Not Supported
Cashparking Not Supported
Contact Updates Supported 3
IDN Not Supported
Refunds

For details on refunds, please visit GoDaddy's Refund Policy page. Most domains will follow the Standard Terms, but certain domains will have exceptions or may not be refundable at all. Look under BOTH of the following categories:

  • Products with Special Refund Terms (look under Domain Name Registrations/Renewals)
  • Products Not Eligible for Refunds

Custom Nameserver Requirement
Must Use
  • 2-7 Nameservers
Can Use
  • IPv4
Cannot Use
  • IPv6
  • Vanity Nameservers
  • DNSSEC

Nameservers can only be used if they're registered at HostmasterDK and the domain is correctly activated by the domain owner.

To update your nameservers, you must contact the .dk registry and give them the URL, your phone number and email address. You'll then receive an email from the registry prompting you to go to the site to acknowledge your nameserver change. You can also make the request through the registry.

1 Renewal restrictions

Renewals are allowed anytime between 61 days prior to expiration and 3 days prior to expiration. Renewals for .dk domains can take up to 72 hours before they appear back in the account after expiring.

There is no manual renewal or auto-renewal grace period.

2 Transfers-away details

Transfers-away for .dk domains are initiated by the gaining registrar. An authorization code is not required. You may need to follow further instructions from Transfer my domain away from GoDaddy.

3 Contact updates

You can only update the Technical and Billing contact information for .dk domain names through GoDaddy. However, you can update the Registrant and Administrative contacts through the registry itself.

More Info

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