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What is the difference between a registry and a registrar?
A Domain Name Registry or NIC (Network Information Center) is in charge of top-level domains (e.g. ".com") management.
Registrars obtain domains under certain TLDs from registries. End customers obtain their domains through registrars.
Some registries are also registrars.
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