MIT to sell IPV4 addresses


The  Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has announced they will be selling their  8 million IPv4 addresses from their unused 14 million. With the current price of IPv4 averaging around $10/address, they are likely to get a huge sum after selling these unused blocks; they’ve stated they want to support activities focused on the future of the Internet (like financing their IPv6 network upgrade) and the global cyber-infrastructure with this amount.
We saw the transfers of approximately 2.7 million IPv4 addresses last month. It wasn’t a single /11 or /12, but 26 different IPv4 address blocks between /14 and /16.


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