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CUNA unloads .creditunion area


The Credit score Union Nationwide Affiliation this week handed off its possession of the .creditunion area to DotCooperation, which owns the worldwide .coop area.

CUNA launched .creditunion in 2015 and the area was supposed to assist establishments determine themselves as credit score unions on the internet. Nonetheless, utilization of the area by no means took off extensively, and for a lot of establishments that used it the area merely redirected customers to the credit score union’s major area, generally a .com or .org.

Representatives for the commerce group didn’t instantly reply to questions concerning whether or not or not the area was bought or merely given over to DotCoop, and different phrases of the deal stay unknown.

A press launch famous that CUNA will preserve an advisory position after the switch to DotCoop, which is collectively owned by the Nationwide Cooperative Enterprise Affiliation and the Worldwide Cooperative Alliance.

“This necessary possession change retains and displays the historic credit score union cooperative mission,” CUNA President and CEO Jim Nussle stated within the launch. “We imagine that DotCoop is effectively suited to keep up the .creditunion namespace and oversee its growth inside the cooperative community.”

Violetta Nafpaktiti, president of DotCoop, stated the corporate will proceed to “foster and develop the .creditunion top-level area alongside .coop.”


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