Terms and Conditions of Use
This Registration Agreement ("Agreement") sets forth the terms and conditions of your use of domain name registration and related services ("Services"). In this Agreement, "you" and "your" refer to you and the registrant associated with the domain contact information. "We", "us" and "our" refer to PeerName.
1. By using the Services, you agree to all terms and conditions of this Agreement, policies, or agreements published in association with specific Services and/or which may be adopted or enforced by the Blockchain protocol, any registry, or governments.
2. You must create an account to use the Services ("Account"). You are solely responsible for maintaining, securing, updating, and keeping strictly confidential all login IDs and passwords, and for all access to and use of your Account by you or any third party.
3. You represent and warrant that your use of the Registry and/or the Registry TLDs will not be for any illegal purpose and that you will not undertake any activities with your Registry TLD that would be in violation of the Acceptable Use (Anti-Abuse) Policy. We cannot be held responsible for any illegal activities with user’s domains.
4. The user is notified that these kinds of domains are for special purposes. All provided domains are from alternative DNS systems. They are not resolving by default on most web browsers and devices. We provide only registration services, not resolving, DNS, or other types of web hosting.
5. Every domain has a limit of five value changes per year (five updates). We are storing private keys offline, so every domain update is handmade. We will charge $2 for every update that exceeds the limit. Please validate your domain value before sending it to us. We reserve the right to refuse domain updates that are too frequent or that violate our Terms.
6. Transaction speed depends entirely on the namespace network. Sometimes a transaction may take longer than usual. That's why domain registrations/updates can sometimes take longer than usual. We do not guarantee that the domain will be registered/updated by a certain time. Also, we can't guarantee that a domain will be included in a particular Blockchain.
7. Most domain namespaces are experimental (in Beta phase). We can't be held responsible if the entire namespace system fails in some way. Support for some domain systems can stop in the future. Some systems may disappear or become too difficult/expensive to maintain.
8. Filing an application from our website does not retain the domain. It is possible that during the time of filing an application to obtain a fee in PeerName, a third party will register the domain. We also do not provide assurance that our tools for checking the free domains display correctly.
Do not check domain availability on websites other than ours. Some websites provide this service with the goal of registering the domain and selling it to you at a higher price.
9. PeerName sends a notification letter 30 days before the expiration of the domain with instructions on how to renew. The letter is sent to the email address specified by the user in the control panel.
PeerName is not responsible if the user has not received a notification letter because the email provided is false or inaccurate or if the user has changed their e-mail address and not notified PeerName.
After the deadline set during registration, the user loses the ability to use the domain, and it can be registered by others.
10. PeerName is not responsible for cases in which it is impossible to provide the contracted services due to force majeure problems in the technical center where equipment is located, problems with the Internet, technical or other random events and objective reasons, including orders of competent state authorities.
11. PeerName is not responsible for damages or lost profits suffered by the user in the process of the use or non-use of contracted services. PeerName is also not responsible for damages which the user caused to third parties.
12. PeerName is not responsible for any damages incurred as a result of false legitimacy to a third party, which the employees of PeerName have not noticed for obvious reasons or because it was a fraud, including cases of unlawful transfer to third parties the rights conferred on consumers under the contract.
13. PeerName is not responsible for damages caused by overcoming the security measures of the technical equipment through which services are provided.
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