I've been wanting to play with DNSSEC for a while, but my current registrar (namecheap) has really been dragging their heels on implementing such an important feature. Gandi and GoDaddy both offer DNSSEC, but Gandi seems to offer decent pricing vs GoDaddy when private reg is factored in. Anyone have a reason to stay away from Gandi?
They are the largest registrar by far. Also one of the largest hosting providers in the world. That is why they are despised by other hosting providers.Name one person in the "hosting industry" who recommends GoDaddy...
Most people despise them.
I have never heard of a registrar with such restrictions. Looking at gandi's site it seems they charge for "ownership change". So this seems to be connected to that.When initiating the transfer of my domain from Namecheap, multiple warnings appeared admonishing me to ensure my contact info on Gandi was an *exact* match for the current whois info on the incoming domain. I corrected my address etc on Gandi to be an exact match,