The official geo-domain for Seychelles: .SC
.sc Domain Names
The .SC domain is the ccTLD (country code top level domain) for Seychelles.
Why buy a .sc domain?
- .SC can also be used to denote South Carolina
- The domain has also become popular as an abbreviation for Scotland
About .SC domain names
Although there are many websites associated with Seychelles, the domain is beginning to broaden, encompassing many other types of sites. The domain is becoming more and more popular among other locals. Many websites associated with Scotland and South Carolina have started to use the .SC domain.
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Located in the Indian Ocean, Seychelles is an archipelago northeast of Madagascar. This island nation is made up of 155 tropical islands, some granite and some coral. The majority of these islands are uninhabited. About 90% of the population (82,247) live on Mahé, 9% on Praslin and La Digue. Around one third of the land area is the island of Mahé and a further third that of Aldabra. All combined, the land area is 165 square miles, about two and a half times the size of Washington D.C. About 92% of the population speaks Creole, although English is the official language, which is only spoken by approximately 5% of the people.
There are limited restrictions on .SC domain name registrations
There are no restrictions for registering a .SC domain at the second level. However, there are varying restrictions for third level domain names, and priority is given to Seychelles-based entities.