The need for IPv4 addresses has not waned thanks to the unfortunate exhaustion of IPv4 addresses. Organizations that are tech-savvy and have webshops, websites, or any other online presence are frantic trying to buy these address spaces.
The transfer market for IPv4 has gotten even bigger and rightfully more complex, so if you’re planning to sell IPv4 addresses or buy them or lease them, you will need to gather as much knowledge about the market beforehand. There are multiple rules and regulations about selling and buying IPv4 addresses, as well as what risks people can get into. The best way you can have a smooth process in this market is by getting the help of an IP broker. In this blog post, we listed 3 reasons why working with an IP broker is your best bet.
An IP broker always has a network of clients. So working with an IP broker will cut the time you’d spend finding a willing party to exchange IPv4s by a lot. The people on the network of IP brokers will be a lot more reliable than finding someone interested online. IP brokers know who to do business with as they have been in the market for a while. You will feel more confident during this process thanks to the IP broker and his reliable contacts.
Getting into a market you know nothing about will always come with risks. People take advantage often or rules can be forgotten. With an IP broker, all those risks will be decreased. You won’t need to remember all of the specific rules about selling or purchasing IPv4 addresses, the IP broker will know them all. And worrying about getting taken advantage of or doing business with shady parties won’t be a problem as background checks are standard practice for IP brokers.
As mentioned before, IP brokers are professionals in this area of exchanging IPv4 addresses. They know all of the ins and outs and will advise you on what to do in a way you’ll understand. If you don’t get help, joining this market will induce a lot of preventable stress, which will push you to make errors that will bring negative outcomes.