Some extensions require to be a resident of a specific country or to own a business.
If you don’t qualify yourself, it may be tempting to own the domains to use the services of a third party.
However, is it the right choice ? There are two main issues with this approach:
- The third party becomes the rightful owner of your domain. What if they don’t accept to do what you tell them to ?
- The registry may identify the third party as not respecting the rules they have set and may simply confiscate the domains, leaving you with nothing.
If domain trading is a huge part of your activity, you cannot leave anything to chance. Make sure you own your domains, even if it means forgetting about a few extensions.