Articles / 18/08/2021

IPv4 Lease Price Report (July 2021)

Price Report July

In July 2021, we observed the average IPv4 prices both increasing and decreasing, depending on the RIR. While RIPE NCC increased prices for /22, /23 and /24 subnets, both APNIC and ARIN decreased prices for /21, /22, /23 and /24 subnets.

Throughout 2021, United States has not lost its number-one position in our TOP 5 Lessee Countries list. In July, we welcomed Moldova back to our top five as it took the second position. Turkey, India and the British Virgin Islands took third, fourth and fifth positions, respectively.

Average IP Deals By Subnet Mask and Registrar

Average IP deals by subnet mask and registrar, July 2021
Average IP deals by subnet mask and registrar, July 2021

TOP 5 Lessee Countries

  • United States
  • Moldova
  • Turkey
  • India
  • The British Virgin Islands

TOP 5 Lessee Industries

  • Proxy
  • Hosting
  • IoT
  • Proxy
  • Email Marketing

TOP 5 Lessors’ (IP Holders) Countries

  • United States
  • Germany
  • United Kingdom
  • Canada
  • Netherlands

TOP 5 Lessors’ (IP Holders) Industries

  • Telco/ISP
  • IP Owner
  • Hosting
  • DNS Service
  • Consulting
Lease volume by CIDR for July 2021
Lease volume by CIDR for July 2021

Size of the Heficed IP Address Market

IPv4 Market size on Heficed, July 2021
IPv4 Market size on Heficed, July 2021

Current Offers on the IP Address Market

Current offers for IP addresses on Heficed, July 2021
Current offers for IP addresses on Heficed, July 2021

Comparing With June

Unsurprisingly, IP prices in Heficed’s IP Address Market have remained the same for subnets /25/32 compared to June offers. The average subnet price has also remained stable for subnet /17. Prices for subnets /18 /24, on the other hand, have decreased. The prices for subnets /22 and /23 have changed most significantly. As per usual, /24 remains the most popular subnet leased in the IP Address Market.

The IPv4 market size has grown once again. Since June, we have added nearly 157,000 new IP addresses to the IP Address Market. We are excited to see how the market evolves further with the upcoming launch of IPXO. You can learn more about the Heficed IPAM Transition to IPXO using our FAQ guide.