You’ve seen different country domain extensions such as .tv, .co, .ws, .cc?
In the US, banks use special identification “N.A.”, such as Chase, NA; PNC, NA; Citibank, NA; etc., with NA stands for “National Association”, to indicate a national bank.
.na is the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) assigned to the Republic of Namibia.
.na domain names could be branded as “National” to indicate “national” for anything, and can be made available for registration globally through companies commonly referred to as accredited registrars, such as GoDaddy.com, Network Solutions, eNom, etc.
Any company, organization, or entrepreneur can use a .NA domain for their online branding needs, such as “news.na”, “bank.na”, “money.na”, etc.
.na will soon become available for registration worldwide through certain accredited registrars.
The portion of the registration fee for the .na domain name could help generate more than US$3.7 million (N$27 million) per year for the next 20 years, a total of US$74 million (N$533 million), for the Ministry of Education of Namibia that can go toward revamping schools through Namibia.
Visit dotna.info for more information.