New gTLD's are Being Parked
nTLDstats, which tracks the performance of the new generic top-level domains, has added domain parking data to its service and it seems just over 80 percent of the extensions are currently parked.
Parked domains are defined by ntldstats as any domains which have a traditional parked page - which can include registrar placeholders, any non-resolving site and those “without content”, those without a DNS record, and those being redirected to another domain.
Of the nearly 1.9 million new gTLD domain name registered, 80.47 percent currently resolve to a parked page. ntldstats also shows the number and percentage of parked domain names for each new gTLD extension.