The Netherlands, a country with just 16 million people, accounts for more than 3 million ccTLDs.
That’s an impressive ratio of people to domains — one ccTLD per 5.3 people — and it the highest ratio of any country with more than five million residents.
Germany comes in a close second, with a ratio of roughly one ccTLD per 6.5 people.
But even if you take this into account, the Dutch registry SIDO claims that the Netherlands still has the highest density of domains, roughly 28 .NL domains per 1,000 people — a still impressive ratio.
Why is this I wonder?