.bid Domain Name
.bid Domain Name

.bid WHOIS Privacy Protection and Information

A searchable database maintained by registrars that contain information about networks, networking organizations, domain names, and the contacts associated with them for the .bid and ISO 3166 country code top-level domains. Also, the protocol, or set of rules, that describes the application used to access the database. Each registrar implements the Whois protocol and maintains a separate and distinct Whois database for its respective .bid domain name registrations.

Privacy Protection is available for .bid!

ATTENTION! Every registered domain name contains full name and contact information about its owner, which is available for everyone in the world to see. Shield your private information!

Example Whois Information
Without Privacy Protection

Your Company Name
Your Name
123 Your Address
Your City, CA 92101
United States
(213) 555-1234

With Privacy Protection

Digital Privacy Corporation
3220 Executive Ridge Drive, Suite 101
C/O yourdomain.com
Vista, CA 92081
United States
(760) 448-2392

WHOIS Privacy Protection Available During Checkout
  • Sponsoring Organization
    dot Bid Limited
    2nd Floor, Leisure Island Business Centre
    Ocean Village
    GX11 1AA
  • Administrative Contact
    Geir Rasmussen
    Famous Four Media Limited
    2nd Floor, Leisure Island Business Centre
    Ocean Village
    GX11 1AA
    Email: registry@famousfourmedia.com
    Voice: +350 216 50 000
    Fax: +35021628816
  • Technical Contact
    Sean Kaine
    Neustar, Inc.
    21575 Ridgetop Circle
    Sterling, VA 20166
    United States
    Email: tldlaunch@neustar.biz
    Voice: +1.5714345168
    Fax: +1.5714345401
Sub Domains
Name Servers
Host NameIP Address(es)
Domain Information

IANA is responsible for the operation and maintenance of a number of key aspects of the DNS, including the root zone, and the .intand .arpa domains.

The DNS Root Zone IANA is the global coordinator of the DNS root. The root is the upper-most part of the DNS hierarchy, and involves delegating administrative responsibility of top-level domains, which are the last segment of a domain name, such as .bid. Part of this task includes evaluating requests to change the operators of country code domains, as well as day-to-day maintenance of the details of the existing operators.