The ultimate guide to anonymous domain registration in 2020

Buying anonymous domains in 2020 is a challenging but still a feasible endeavor in 2020. Anonymous domain registration is however becoming more and more difficult to accomplish, especially if you want to truly remain anonymous and not only pseudonymized. Please enjoy the following ultimate step-by-step guide for anonymous domain registration.

Disclaimer #1: Please keep this information for yourself. Identity protected digital publishing is a serious and complicated issue for millions of people on this world where governments, global corporates and influential individuals try to restrict or prohibit free speech. The following step-by-step guide is a handy manual that provides a unfair advantage towards these people. The more this information spreads, the more they will try to fight against it.

Disclaimer #2: Do NOT use this valuable and secret information for criminal activities. Peoples lives depend on having possibilities to register domains anonymously. People depend on being able to digitally publish content without their identities being revealed. Don’t take these possibilities away from them by using the following knowledge just for you own advantage.

Disclaimer #3: Use at your own risk. This guide has been carefully researched and tested but I can of course not take any liability in case your identity is revealed nonetheless. If you make experiences that can be helpful for others please write me and let me know so I will add this to this manual and you will help others.

Why can it be advantageous (and even life-saving) to buy an anonymous domain?

If you ask the average Jane on the street, anonymous domains will most likely not be an important topic for her. This perception might be fair at the moment. But will this always be the case? And is this something we can always rely on? Governments change quickly – and hand-in-hand changes what is being perceived as politically correct, allowed to be said in public and permitted to be expressed in written. So even if you don’t feel the suppression right at this moment does not mean that you are not in danger. Whatever being expressed with your real identity online, might eventually be used against you. The results can be painfully harming – even life-threatening. Look at China where the national social credit system defines you individual reputation. Publishing an unpopular opinion against the government can easily lead into absolute isolation where your social credit system will make it impossible for you to even take a bus or a subway.

A 100% Identity protecting anonymous domain registration is often the starting point for sustainably protecting yourself against any type of suppression arising from what you are publishing online.

What is the right top-level-domain for me that I can buy anonymously?

Finding the correct domain name can already be a challenge. Many easy-to-remember domain names are already taken and there is a lot of commerce happening around catchy domain names. In general the domain name you choose depends on your use-case for the domain, the region you are active in and on availability:

Use case
Ideally the domain name you choose should already reflect part of what you are planing to publish. Some argue that it is already SEO relevant if your domain name contains relevant key words. Other say that URLs will become less and less relevant, especially as the usage of websites is going more mobile. Having a catchy domain name is however in any case a good thing to have.

  • Region
Depending on the region you are in or the region you plan to publish for it might make sense to chose country specific top-level-domains. Nowadays there are also special interest top-level-domains you can chose from.
  • Availability
Finding a domain name that is actually available and can be registered is sometime the hardest part in finding your ideal domain name. In order to search vor available domain names you need to perform a domain search. This is for example possible here:

Whenever you are surfing online it’s advised to use an anonymizer. Anonymous web surfing can prevent you from having your online activity tracked and potentially your identity being exposed to others.

How can I carry out a completely anonymous domain registration process?

A fully, end-to-end domain registration process is a complex process. It can be broken down into 5 essential steps that need to be carried out with care in order to not risk your identity being exposed.

  1. Domain search
You need to research a domain name as explained in the previous section. A handy tool can be found here for example: This search engine allows you to check up to 15 domain names simultaneously. You will directly see if a domain name is available and price for the domain name. Please use an anonymizer to protect your identity while surfing the web.
  2. Domain selection
Once you found your ideal domain name you need to decide which top-level-domains you would like to register your domain name with. If you found a catchy .com domain name you might consider registering the .net and .biz domain as well to avoid confusion or competition later on. If you are planning to publish in a certain language or for a certain country a country top-level-domain might make sense as well.


  3. Domain registration
Once you know which domain names to register the registration process is very simple. You will need to create an account as a first step of the registration process. This step is required as you will need to receive e-mails in order to successfully register your domain. It is advised to use an anonymous e-mail provider if you want to really stay fully anonymous. If possible create an anonymous e-mail address just for the domain registration.


  4. Domain privacy protection
During the registration process it is essential that you activate the privacy protection. Click here: to learn how privacy protection works. With BitDomain.BIZ privacy protection is free of charge with every anonymous domain registration. Please be advised that not every top-level-domain can be registered with privacy protection. Privacy protection is not supported with: .ASIA, .US, .PRO, .TEL, .SX, .BERLIN, .COM.CN, .NET.CN, .ORG.CN, .CO.IN, .NET.IN, .ORG.IN, .GEN.IN, .FIRM.IN, .IND.IN, .CO.UK, .ME.UK, .ORG.UK, .CO.DE, .RU, .CO.NZ, .NET.NZ, .ORG.NZ, .EU, .ES, .COM.AU, .NET.AU, .在线, .DE, .COM.RU, .NET.RU, .ORG.RU, .CN, .IN, .CA, .中文网 domains.


  5. Payment
Payment is the most critical step in the fully anonymous domain registration process. Don’t even consider using credit cards or online payment providers. These will always be able to trace you down faster than you can imagine. The safest method currently available are crypto currencies. Because of that BitDomain.BIZ only accepts cryptos and altcoins such as Bitcoin/BTC, Litecoin/LTC, Bitcoin Cash/BCH, BlackCoin/BLK, Dash/DASH, Decred/DCR, DigiByte/DGB, Dogecoin/DOGE, Ether Classic/ETC, Ether/ETH, Komodo/KMD, Monero/XMR, PotCoin/POT, Vertcoin/VTC, Waves/WAVES.

If you carefully follow these steps you should be the proud owner of an anonymous domain name. Making sure that the anonymous domain purchase was successful.

Before you start using your domain name you will want to make sure that your identity can not be found in the infamous WHOIS database. This database stores all the domain information including the owner of the domain. You will not want to have your name to appear in this database. You can perform the check here: Again it is advised to use an anonymizer whenever you surf the web. Simply type your domain name into the search field and carefully check the record. If you followed the above steps you should not find anything that makes it possible to know that you are the real domain owner. Voila you have just registered an anonymous domain.