Vincentas Grinius

Vincentas Grinius

CEO and Co-Founder at IPXO
Joined on December 15, 2020
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Vincentas Grinius is currently a CEO and one of the co-founders at IPXO, where IPXO is solving the IPv4 shortage problem by building better access to the IPv4 space.

Vincentas has a long track record and 10+ years of experience combining today’s technologies and making Heficed the first in the market IPv4 lease and monetization platform. The platform brings RIRs, LIRs, and from small to large enterprises together to share the IPv4 resources and to make the Internet much more sustainable.

Looking at the future, Vincentas is committed to engaging with the community building the best possible IPv4 accessibility for any industry suffering from the IPv4 shortage.

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Featured Blogs

Are Big Tech CFOs (Inadvertently) Stealing From Shareholders?

When valuing a stock, analysts and shareholders evaluate always revenue and profit. Big tech COFs are sitting on assets worth tens of millions of dollars of annual profit (not just revenue, but true profit) in the form of unallocated IPv4 addresses. By not selling or leasing these out, they are incurring expenses to hold them and missing out on tremendous profits. At a 20X multiple (for context, Cisco is trading at nearly 18X earnings, Google at just over 33X earnings, Shopify at well over 700X earnings), big tech CFOs are actively preventing over $250 billion in market capitalization for their shareholders. more

An Open Letter to Big Tech CFOs: Save the Internet Before You’re Forced

Dear Chief Financial Officers of tech giants, the internet is in crisis, and you can lead your organization to help solve the problem. You'll be well compensated, and you'll enjoy massive public relations benefits. I fear that if you don't, global governments will force your hand. There is a shortage of available IPv4 addresses but we are years away (possibly a decade or more) from IPv6 viability and adoption in North America. more

The Next Green Initiative is Internet Sustainability

We are all aware of the pollution caused by burning coal and combusting oil. The results are obvious: exhaust spewing from vehicles, factories, and power plants. Many of us don't realize we are actively contributing to the unnecessary burning of energy (natural gas and coal in the US) to power the Internet. We wag our fingers at Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and data centers, but the fact is that our own organizations are wasting electricity every single hour out of ignorance or apathy. more