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ziq wrote

We're not actually a domain name registration service, we're a customer to these. We sit in between the domain name registration service and you, acting as a privacy shield.

When you purchase a domain name through Njalla, we own it for you. However, the agreement between us grants you full usage rights to the domain. Whenever you want to, you can transfer the ownership to yourself or some other party.

I would never trust this, especially since tpb has hidden bitcoin miners and javascript shit now


Stigmata wrote

I like them, but personally I didn't like the idea that they completely owned the domain (for fully anonymous domains this is of course necessary). They do allow you to use your own info so you are the owner of the domain if you want, but in that case you are essentially just paying for a middle man to register with Tucows.

If you really want an anonymous domain though is the best out there. The only competitor that is on the same level is, but PRQ is VERY libertarian and you may not like supporting a company with their history depending on your own morals.