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a startup idea shared by Keegan Quinn on 12/07/2013

A trading app that is something like Craigslist meets Ebay. This app based application would be allow you to list any items that you no longer require, while simultaneously list items that you are needing. A key feature of the app would be that it automatically matches you with other users that are searching for the items that you are have or are getting rid of by going through as many users as necessary to make the trade happen. When the app matches the users with the others required to make the trade happen, the users would contact one another to discuss delivery methods. If they are nearby, they could have the option to make the trade in public, otherwise, arrange for shipping.








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