How does IPV4 XI work

Buyers and sellers alike fill out the form on the subsequent pages. It is important to know your minimum price when selling, or maximum price when buying IPV4.

Note that block size is the most important factor determining price at the moment where smaller blocks generally are more expensive per IP compared to larger block sizes. However this could be different for very large blocks. One of the reasons behind the higher price for the smaller blocks is all the handling involved. The seller is always responsible for selling clean blocks. IPV4XI will do it’s best to perform due diligence on offered blocks and anyone offering unclean blocks without notification will be banned from this exchange. The buyer is ultimately responsible for it’s own final due diligence.

Once a match between a buyer and a seller has been made both parties agree to the terms as will be sent to both parties at the time. IPV4XI will then commence a three party escrow transaction entering all the specifics of the transaction. The escrow transaction is, besides the initial match making and the actual transfer, the most important aspect of the transaction. The buyer is at all times protected against buying IP numbers that are in any way hampered, unclean or a situation where a seller is not authorized to sell. The seller is always protected from non payment.

The buyer has a maximum of 3 days to do it’s own final due diligence on the IP block. In the mean time the seller is required to send a bill of sale to the buyer stating the sold IP block(s) and that the sale entails the right of use for said IP block(s). Once the IP’s are transferred from the sellers LIR account to the buyers account the transaction is complete and the escrow will pay the seller and IPV4XI.

When you have given a maximum or minimum price it does not mean you will buy or sell at exactly this price. It is very possible that you do much better. It all depends on the average of other participants prices.