Luxembourg’s ccTLD passes the 100,000 domain name registration mark

Luxembourg’s ccTLD passed the 100,000 domain name registrations mark in June. The ban on one- and two-character .lu domain names will be lifted soon. It will be available for registration in the first half of 2020.

There is also an increasing number of first-time registrations. This is a major factor that clearly demonstrates both the trust and stability of the .lu.


There would be an average of 1 in 6 inhabitants having a domain name for Luxembourg’s country code top-level domain (ccTLD).

Over three-quarters of the .lu domain names are held by companies and organizations and one quarter is held by individuals.

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