Land domain names

User ID on Requestland is called Land ID and used for login, messages, video sessions, and many purposes. The Land ID is in the form of "land name // Land domain name" and each organization has a unique land domain name.

The acquisition of the land domain name is on a first-come, first-served basis in the world. It has nothing to do with the Internet domain name.

Examine fees yourself

You can choose a free one with a suffix consisting of a number and a country code such like "//wikiwiki-9423-us" or an optional paid one. The paid land domain name enables direct request from requests and the cards on Banban Board, while free one is not (in plan).

The below is an example of //wikiwiki. Try yourself. A land domain name is 3 to 30 characters long and consists of alphabets (a-z), numbers (0-9), and hyphens (-).

Per month fees
Countrywikiwiki-us$ 2.01
Globalwikiwiki$ 9.77
Wildcardwikiwiki*$ 97.73

How the fees determined

The fees depends on the number of characters, the popularity of each word, and kind.

The number of characters does not include // and the country code (-us). The popularity of a word is based on the statistics of word frequency in Wikipedia. So, rare words such as wikiwiki and a long land domain name are relatively cheaper.

There are four kinds of the land domain name.


It's free. You can only make an entry for requests within your country. E.g. //wikiwiki-2023-us


A country code suffixes. You can only make an entry for requests within your country. E.g. //wikiwiki-us


No country code. You can make an entry for requests all around the world. E.g. //wikiwiki


An option to monopolize "specific string + arbitrary string" so that others cannot get them after that. If you specify //wikiwiki, others cannot get variants such as //wikiwiki-motors and //wikiwiki-cars. Wildcard includes a fee for the specific part but not for its variants. You can make an entry for requests all around the world.

An organization can have multiple land domain names. For example, Wikiwiki car company would want to have //wikiwiki, //wikiwiki-com, //wikiwiki-motor, //wikiwiki-motors, etc. to prevent third parties from getting confusing land domain names. Take multiple land domain names or take wildcard in that case.

Prevent troubles

  • Around the world, Land domain names are available on a first-come, first-served basis. It is not possible to get a Land domain name that has already been gotten by others.
  • You must not use someone's' trademarks or similar names in countries they have registered. You must not get the name of a country, a famous company name, or a brand name as a Land domain name unless you hold or own it.
  • You must not sell Land domain names.
  • You can get the right to use a land domain name by paying a fee. It is not a purchase.
  • We reserve the right to cancel your right to use a land domain name at any time at our sole discretion without notice or explanation. Then we will not refund to you.
  • You must not initiate any legal action against Peace and Passion with regard to the Land domain names.
  • Peace and Passion is committed to ensuring that Land domain names are operated appropriately, but there are cases where judgment can be difficult. We ask for your understanding and agreement that this may lead to cancellations.