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For the most part, the dire warnings about running out of internet addresses have ceased because, slowly but surely, migration from the world of Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) to IPv6 has begun since 2012, and software is in place to prevent the address apocalypse that many were predicting.

IPv6 is the latest version of the Internet Protocol, which identifies devices across the internet so they can be located. Every device that uses the internet is identified through its own IP address for internet communication to work. In that respect, it’s just like the street addresses and zip codes you need to know to mail a letter.

The previous version, IPv4, uses a 32-bit addressing scheme to support 4.3 billion devices, which was thought to be enough. However, the growth of the internet, personal computers, smartphones and now the Internet of Things devices proves that the world needed more addresses.

Because we were based in the area that the IPv4 transferring business is growing, and Your organization abroad has commercial potential in its unused IPv4 addresses. There is an unusual opportunity for you to generate revenue. Moreover, we are here as a SUPPLITY to find the best deal for you by selling your IP’s with the best offer.The IPv4 Transfer Market is an after-market IPv4 transfer mechanism. It creates a financial incentive for entities to sell their unused IPv4 addresses, or efficiently renumber IPv4 blocks to free up excess inventory and sell it to those in need. ARIN, RIPE, and APNIC all actively participate in and support the IPv4 Transfer Market. IPv4 Market Group has helped more than 120 entities monetise their IPv4 addresses in more than 340 transfers, moving higher than 25 million IPs.
Today, IPv4 prices are higher than in the past, and we have many viable offers for blocks /19 to /16. The graph below shows an increase in prices over the past year, but we have observed prices already beginning to flatten out. This price flattening, combined with replacement.
technologies accelerating in their uptake, means there is a limited opportunity to sell IPv4 resources. IPV4 Seeling Broker
IPv6 is growing, but not at a critical mass, and we continue to hear about the costs and headaches of its implementation. As long as IPv4 is the “best” and cheapest solution we will see an opportunity. These could be two to four more years. As of SEP 30, 21.74% of users access Google via native IPv6. Google IPV6 Statistics IPv4 transfer volume has already decreased last year, as shown in the graph on the left. This reduction in addresses transferred in 2016 may be a precursor to reduced demand at higher prices.
Telecom companies, internet service providers, cloud companies, and internet content providers require IPv4 addresses. Now is the opportunity for companies in possession of IPv4 resources to sell their excess holdings.
If you are in RIPE NCC, APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC even AFRINIC you are most welcome, what we will do is suggest a meeting with you on a teleconference to discuss the IPv4 addresses you would like to sell. We take compensation only when IPs will be sold, so this consultation is free. Please contact us today. Alternatively, register your request here.