Welcome to 1Byte’s blog, in this tutorial, 1Byte will guide you to register a domain name on 1Byte platform


1) Go to 1Byte website

You can access directly to the homepage or navigate to domain page


2) Choose a name (domain-name) for your website

NOTE: When finding your domain name

+ Do not put “www” (world wide web) in the search box. Just type any name that you wish

+ You can type the extension of your domain name (TLD – Top Level Domain) or skip it, the system will automatically suggest the extension for you


3) Add the domain to your cart

(Your domain name will be automatically added into your cart)
To see your cart. You can click on “View Items” at the bottom-right corner or  click the “cart-icon” at the top-right corner of the page



4) Confirm your order

(You can extend the usage year for this domain at this step)


5) Check your Inquiry again

(Here, 1Byte will provide an electronic quote file for the services you choose to buy)

1) To read the terms & conditions of payment, select (1)
2) To download the inquiry, select (2)
3) To continue the payment, select (3)
6) Choose payment method
(1Byte provides many payment methods for customers such as shown on the image above)
+ If you choose “Wire banking transfer“, You will have to wait longer than other payment methods because 1Byte team needs to check your money come into 1Byte’s account or not
+ The remaining payment methods will be processed automatically by the system. It’s very quick (SUGGESTED)
7) Make a payment

(In here, 1Byte chose “account balance”. This will be sightly different of yours, it depends on your payment method)
8) Finally, check the status of your services
You can click “View Detail” to check your invoce.
or access to your “Dashboard” by doing as follow:

Because you just made a payment for domain name, so you can check the status of domain name by navigate to “Domain” at menu right-bar

(2) Status Active → Your domain has been successfully registered and waiting to be used

(3) Manage → Is a place for you to configure domains, manage domains, …etc


Congras! Now, you already know how to register the service domain name