Yes we do! Internationalized Domain Names (abbreviated to IDN) are incredibly useful for representing non-latin characters in a domain name. It allows people around the world to use characters from their local language in a domain name. We are happy to participate in that.
A few examples of IDNs for some frequently used TLDs:
You may receive a message in the order form which states that IDN domains are not supported at the moment. This is a bug in the ordering system. Please contact our support team, they will be able to register your domain any way.
Not every registry supports IDNs. If an IDN is not supported, this will be shown in the domain checker.
We prohibit the use of emojis in domain names according to the RFC 5892 standard. See what the risks of using emojis in domain names are in this infographic.
We may use Punycode and Unicode domain names interchangeably in our systems and communications.