The first digital land rush — .com, .net, and .org to name a few — happened a couple of decades ago, and minted quite a few millionaires along the way.
Not quite a decade ago, the second digital land rush — new TLDs — had high hopes minting even more millionaires. Actually, the inverse has happened. More folks lost their money than actually made a dime worth talking about.
But between these two milestone events, an entire domain market segment and economy is thriving, getting bigger as the days, months, and years pass: country code top-level domains (ccTLDs).