Frequently Asked Questions

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What are non-resolving domain names?

Published on February 26, 2015    |    Updated on February 26, 2015

Non-resolving domains are any registered .XXX domain name that is not associated to a Membership ID of the Sponsored Community. Non-resolving means that the DNS settings you chose at your Registrar will not work, unless you associate the domain to a valid Membership ID. These domains can be converted to resolving domains at any time in the future, by having the registrar associate the domain to your valid Membership ID. If you forget your membership Token, simply contact us at http://www.icmregistry.com/contact/ to get a new one. The same membership token works at any Registrar.