eNom was founded in 1997, which makes it hundreds of years old in internet years. Settled in Kirkland, Washington, they manage over 15 million domains. They relaunched and revitalized their user experience in 2016 in a series of improvements to its developer platform.
Besides being a registrar, eNom is also a host, email provider, web security manager and website builder. All-rounder that improved their image in recent past, which is a welcome change.
There are over 600 TLDs that they offer, but since there is no official number and we had to count them one by one, our sum of 633 could be a bit off. But they include non-latin TDLs which you can’t find at any place.
They have an option for a preorder, but currently, they do not offer any.
ID Protect has been included automatically for some TLDs, but privacy is not, so you will have to pay $8/y for that.
Without any introductory fees, the most common .com domain will cost you $45, which is not as cheap as some other domain registrars. Other TLD prices might vary and they also offer some very rare domains for some very high prices, so there is probably everything for everyone.