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  1. Host a DNS server at home, set it up so the domain points to your static IP. Maybe use https://www.virtualmin.com/ for this, makes life much easier.
  2. Register a .com domain (this will cost you $, see for example https://tld-list.com/tld/com) and tell them to set your DNS for it.
  3. Pay for power which your server consumes ;)
  1. Host a DNS server at home, set it up so the domain points to your static IP. Maybe use https://www.virtualmin.com/ for this, makes life much easier.
  2. Register a .com domain (this will cost you $) and tell them to set your DNS for it.
  3. Pay for power which your server consumes ;)
  1. Host a DNS server at home, set it up so the domain points to your static IP. Maybe use https://www.virtualmin.com/ for this, makes life much easier.
  2. Register a .com domain (this will cost you $, see for example https://tld-list.com/tld/com) and tell them to set your DNS for it.
  3. Pay for power which your server consumes ;)
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  1. Host a DNS server at home, set it up so the domain points to your static IP. Maybe use https://www.virtualmin.com/ for this, makes life much easier.
  2. Register a .com domain (this will cost you $) and tell them to set your DNS for it.
  3. Pay for power which your server consumes ;)