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They couldn't give any details about what is this thing, except for "DNS servers need to be registered, just as domain names".
My research wasn't very fruitful too, so you are my only hope!
I still can't accept that there is such a thing and there is not single easy to find clear document explaining it. All I could find was this http://www.hps.com/howtodns.html and some links to "Register a DNS server" at sites of registrars like Enom and network solutions accesible to resellers only.
Who is responsible for "registering DNS servers" — the registries or the registrars? What happens if the FQDN of the DNS server is in one TLD and the domain I'm trying to use it for is in another from a different registry/registrar? How do I as a domain owner "register a DNS server"? Where is this info stored — in DNS, in whois database, else? How can I check if an FQDN is already a "registered DNS server"? How do I unregister a DNS server? Can one IP be registered under multiple domains? What is the point of life, universe and everything?!