It is getting crowded in the internet - there are more users online, more websites and more services every day. Every device participating in the internet is assigned an IP address, just the way every phone has a phone number and the internet run out of such numbers a while ago. Elaborate tricks were invented to share some IP addresses between multiple computers, but even that wasn't enough to cope with the explosion in the number of computers connected to the internet.
In order to give the internet enough breathing space, the IPv6 protocol was invented. Users just need to update the software on their computers and phones for everything to work fine.
Website operators - such as Bazarooma - modernize their services in order to be fully compliant with IPv6. We are happy to announce that today we officially finished the testing stage and fully operate on both the IPv4 and IPv6 stack.