Yes, from April 24, 2024, private individuals will also be able to register a .swiss domain. However, certain requirements must be met for this.
Until now, registering a .swiss domain was almost exclusively reserved for companies with an entry in the commercial register. The federal government has now relaxed the registration guidelines for .swiss domains.
Information on the registration conditions can be found in our Support Center.
Registration of .swiss domains is generally only permitted for Swiss nationals or people who are domiciled in Switzerland. Swiss nationals living abroad may only use their .swiss domains for private or charitable purposes or for the purposes of associations. The commercial use of .swiss domains is not permitted for people who are not resident in Switzerland, so you must provide your OASI number and address in the registration application.
Private individuals wishing to register a .swiss domain are subject to a number of conditions, at least one of which must be met. In relation to the person submitting the registration application, the desired domain name must contain one of the following:
Further information on the registration conditions can be found in our Support Center.
The requirements for generic .swiss domains differ for legal entities (companies, organizations, associations) and for natural persons (private individuals, sole proprietors). You can find the relevant information in our Support Center.
We continuously update our .swiss domain FAQs in our Support Center.