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And so it ends...



And we have yet to see what happens with backend transactions between private institutions that have large blocks laying around, and them realizing that they have a marketable and valuable thing. We may all say it won't happen, we may even say we don't want it to happen, or that it shouldn't be allowed - but I'm a realist.


> From: Max Larson Henry [mailto:maxlarson.henry at transversal.ht]
> 
> Still a few LEGACY in the status column ;-)
> 
> -M
> 
> On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 9:35 AM, Scott Howard <scott at doc.net.au> wrote:
> 
> > 102/8   AfriNIC    2011-02    whois.afrinic.net ALLOCATED
> > 103/8   APNIC      2011-02    whois.apnic.net   ALLOCATED
> > 104/8   ARIN       2011-02    whois.arin.net    ALLOCATED
> > 179/8   LACNIC     2011-02    whois.lacnic.net  ALLOCATED
> > 185/8   RIPE NCC   2011-02    whois.ripe.net    ALLOCATED
> >