IPv4 Mall - A Reliable and Trusted Broker for IPv4 Addresses
We are among the few pioneers in IPv4 address brokerage services. Our team of consultants provides an end-to-end solution for your selling, Buying & lease requirements regarding IPv4 addresses, IPv4 Mall procedures and services are specifically designed to allow Buyers and Sellers with a reliable & risk-free environment for the transfer of rights linked with IPv4 number blocks.
The exhaustion of IPv4 address blocks globally has made many potential buyers wonder about whether they will ever be able to jump on the band-wagon and acquire IPv4 addresses to help business growth. If you are among them, then look no further! Get in touch with IPv4 Mall.
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IPv4 Mall - Transfers Made Easy
Tired of searching the black market for IPv4 address space? With the industry-wide exhaustion who can blame you. Worry not. IPv4 Mall is your pit stop for all IPv4 buying, selling or leasing concerns. As one of the leading IPv4 address space brokerage service providers, we are committed to conducting transfers in a fair, honest and transparent manner. Our team of experts consists of business, legal, technical, financial and marketing experts who are well-recognized at the forefront of the IPv4 marketplace.
August 18, 2015
To know why IPv4 number blocks have become such a hot commodity, let us step back a little to look at the history of IPv4. Brief History Internet Protocol Version 4 (or as it is most commonly referred to as IPv4), is the 4th version in the development of the IP (Internet Protocol). IPv4 was also the first version of the IP that was deployed worldwide. Since then it has become the default protocol for the internet. In IETF publication RFC 791, September 1981, IPv4 was described for the first time. This effectively replaced the earlier description RFC 760, January 1980.
August 15, 2015
What is the first thing you do when you find out that something that you need very much is going to go out of availability very soon? Start collecting as much of it as you can, right? The same “technique” could not be applied to everything. Take the IPv4 addresses for example. It was common knowledge that IPv4 number blocks are limited and they are eventually going to run out. But only in the last few years has it been considered a problem to be worried about.
August 13, 2015
When things are scarce or limited, you would notice that they suddenly become extremely sought after. Such is the case with IPv4 number blocks. Though the predictions of IPv4 addresses running out have been around since the 80s, it is only now that people have started taking it seriously. The introduction of IPv6 has given people some hope for the future.