The “old” generic Top Level Domain names are the ones we all know – .com, .net, .org, and some less known . coop, .xxx

The “new” genetic TLD are actually not that new anymore, as they started to be around a bit more than one year ago.

Over a bit more than one year, the new gTLD have grown by 4 million names, while the old gTLD have only grown by 2.5 million names.

But interestingly, and the graph shows it quite well, there is a change in trend :

Since January 2015, the old gTLD have gained nearly 1 million names, when the new ones only have managed to register about half of that volume.