Who uses private NPM publishing?

I just published a public npm package https://www.npmjs.com/package/@ua1-labs/uxjs and have a private one to publish as well. Who is hosting their own NPM instance vs. who's just purchasing private from NPM?

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This thread made me realize that even though I'm aware of most of what I can do with npm, I don't really have a good grasp of how folks are making good use of it, so I made an adjacent thread,

The closest I've ever gotten is using private git repos in an attempt to make it easier to (try to) make in-house libraries here at work.

At work, we publish our internal JS libraries to a Nexus instance.

Yes, we too. In addition, we have created a caching proxy of public NPM such that every package that's required is automatically stored in Nexus for faster subsequent downloads.

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