There we are with the first IPv4 lease price report for 2021. Like always, some sneap peak information about the IP Address Market, which soon will become IPXO. Currently, the IP Address Market surpassed 1.5 M of IPv4 addresses, and we still see strong growth from the supply side. We are now focused on hardening our abuse management policy, and many new background verification processes will be introduced. We also came up with the new concept of subnet verification. That will eliminate things like LOA or ROA adding the IP addresses.
At the same time, we got to the new IP lessee validation rules, and they will be introduced gradually to ensure we are aligned with RIR policies and abuse management policies. Let’s see what December bought us.
Average IP Deals By Subnet Mask and Registrar
TOP 5 Lessee Countries
- United States
- Russian Federation
TOP 5 Lessee Industries
- Data Mining
- Email Marketing
- Ad Network
TOP 5 Lessors’ (IP Holders) Countries
- United States
- United Kingdom
TOP 5 Lessors’ (IP Holders) Industries
- IP Holders (LIRs)
- DNS Service
- IP Broker
The Most popular Subnet Leased
Size of Heficed IP Address Market
Current Offers on IP Address Market
The 2020 Market Overview
Since we had launched our IPv4 lease reports back in August last year, we have grown nearly 100% of the IP addresses. The IPv4 addresses prices went up for the specific ranges, like /24 and /22. We now cover all RIRs, while back in August, we had no APNIC IPv4 addresses at all. That shows a reasonable need for the IP Address Market as a platform that connects the dormant IPv4 addresses and gives the other business the ability to scale with low OPEX.
We aim to continue developing the IP Address Market and bring the best security, policy, and automation principles.