The Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers, who regulates all domain names like .net and .com, is expected to vote on the new names after it opened its annual general meeting on Monday in Paris.
Users will be able to get domains like .love, .paris or .bank. This will see it being one of the largest shakeups on the internet if it is approved. This move is due to allow more names to be registered as .com and .net are more likely to have that name taken (like techgeek.com!)
Many of the domains are specifically targeted to different regions or businesses. While .com and .net are specifically used for companies and networks, they have become the two most popular domain names. Region-specific domains like .asia and .eu have been recently approved after backing by the regions.
More than 1,300 delegates from 130 countries will vote on the new proposal.