I’m glad you actually registered .ws. I’ve been dabbling with these domain names since last year when I found out they were available. Since my initials are CF which corresponds to the Central African Republic’s .cf TLD, I’ve been registering a bunch of .cf emoji domain names. Now I’ve realized the value in these domain names and I’ve made one for every website and social media profile I have, for instance, .cf points to my Facebook page. It also helps a lot that .cf, .tk, .gq, .ga, and .ml are all free TLDs. The only downside to these domain names is that to someone who uses a screenreader to browse the web, they aren’t easily accessible. I recommend reading a little bit up on the code featured on this site so that these users can understand what these emojis mean: https://tink.uk/accessible-emoji/ Fortunately, most people use emoji domain names as URL redirects and not as main website addresses. I’m pretty excited about these addresses, as more emojis are created and more TLDs will continue to support emoji domain names, this is definitely the way to go for the future, despite ICAAN’s recent report criticizing their use.