The simple answer is yes.
Firstly what are IDN’s? IDN – Internationalized Domain Names are domain names represented by characters other than the traditional ASCII characters a to z. Such domain names could contain letters or characters from non-Latin scripts like Arabic, Chinese, Japanese or Korean. These domains could be an advantage to a business looking to set up an online presence in a non-English speaking market or an existing domain holder looking to register their domain in their original language.
Which Domain Will You Choose?
The Would seems awash with domains… The launch of 100’s of new gTLD domain (Generic Top Level Domain) has meant lots and lots of choice, but of course with choice sometimes comes confusion. So how do you know which domain you should register? There are many many answers to that question and still nervousness about which answers to trust. Still the demand for the top 5 gTLD like .com and .org is strong and look as if it will continue with millions of veriations still available. In addition ccTLD’s (Country Code Top Level Domain) domains also still have a long way to go before they will be exhausted.