Finally, Cloudflare has launched its domain registrar service and promises a lot of useful features (and most importantly, transparency).
Here’s the promise of the Cloudflare Registrar: we’ll follow the best possible security practices and offer you the best possible price. What do we mean by that? From the security side, we promise we’ll allow you to enable two-factor authentication, we’ll lock your domain registration by default, and automatically enable best-practice security services like DNSSEC.
From the price side it’s even simpler: we promise to never charge you anything more than the wholesale price each TLD charges. That’s true the first year and it’s true every subsequent year. If you register your domain with Cloudflare Registrar you’ll always pay the wholesale price with no markup.
Cloudflare Registrar will also be offering personal data redaction on WHOIS, that meets current ICANN guidelines, for free.
What a great timing, given the latest Zoho episode.