Don’t be scared. Dot monster is just the latest in a long line of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) that allow people to get more creative with their web addresses. The .monster domain is unrestricted, meaning anyone can register it — unlike domains that have specific requirements like those for governments, countries or charities.
Because gTLDs like .monster haven’t been around as long, there are still countless options available — your own .monster is probably out there running wild right now, just waiting to conjure up a shorter and more memorable web address. With .com or .net, for example, you might have to settle for a name that’s longer or doesn’t say exactly what you want. However, harnessing .monster domain names gives you the chance to uncage your creativity.