StockX is the world’s first stock market of things – a live ‘Bid/Ask’ marketplace. Buyers place bids, sellers place Asks and when a Bid and ask meet, the transaction happens automatically. Retro Jordans, Nikes, Yeezys and more – now 100% authentic guaranteed.
Inside StockX’s authentication center
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Sneaker Marketplace StockX Seeks New Customers With Bleacher Report Deal
Wall Streets Journal - Sep 11, 2019
StockX hack affects 6.8 million customers—here’s what to know
Fast Company - Aug 5, 2019
StockX was hacked, exposing millions of customers’ data
TechCrunch - Aug 3, 2019
StockX admits ‘suspicious activity’ led to resetting passwords without warning
TechCrunch - Aug 1, 2019
Urban Culture Helps Sneaker Exchange StockX Reach $1 Billion Valuation
Forbes - Jul 23, 2019
Lifestyle goods resale marketplace StockX raises $110M, pushing valuation past $1B
TechCrunch - Jun 26, 2019
StockX is adding a streetwear marketplace, starting with Supreme
TechCrunch - Oct 17, 2017
StockX is expanding beyond sneakers to sell watches and handbags
TechCrunch - May 10, 2017
Why Cleveland Cavs owner Dan Gilbert cofounded a 'stock market for sneakers'
Jun 30, 2016
Campless Morphs Into StockX, a “Stock Market” for Sneakers
Feb 12, 2016
Gilbert launches StockX, the 'stock market of things'
Feb 8, 2016
- Josh Luber, CEO & Co-Founder
- Ramin Keene, CTO
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