Namecheap is a domain name registrar and site hosting business that offers domain-connected email addresses, added security including two-factor authentication, and performance tools like Google Workspace and Weebly. Namecheap was founded in 2000 by Richard Kirkendall and is headquartered in Phoenix, AZ.

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Team

Management Team

Richard Kirkendall
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Hillan Klein
Chief Operating Officer
Sergii Smirnov
Chief Technology Officer
Matt Russell
Chief Cloud Officer

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News Highlights

Namecheap Announces Free Sponsorship Offer for Non-Profit Organizations in Celebration of Its 22nd Birthday
Namecheap, the second-largest domain registrar and one of the fastest-growing technology companies, is celebrating its 22nd birthday with a huge sale, and a free one year sponsorship opportunity for up to 22 non-profit organizations and charities.
Namecheap introduces Registry Lock and other security options
Domain name registrar Namecheap has released Domain Vault, a new product to protect high-value domain names. The Titanium version of the product uses Verisign Registry Lock for .com and .net domains. Registry Lock requires manual verification and authentication between trusted employees at the registrar and Verisign before changes are made to the domains.
Introducing ‘Relate’ by Namecheap: A Suite of Easy Tools to Power Small Businesses
Namecheap, the world’s second-largest domain registrar and a global web services company, today officially introduces Relate by Namecheap, a new suite of online tools to make it easier for small businesses to succeed and grow in the digital space.
Updated on: May 18, 2024

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