Patent published on July 4, 2023
S&P Holbrook's Location-Enabled Trading Tool Takes Collectibles to the Next Level
Collecting items, such as trading cards, pins, and other items is a popular hobby. However, it can be difficult to find other collectors with the right items or needs. Until now, collectors have had to meet each other at pre-established events or use internet forums to connect. This method of communication and matching between collectors requires a lot of back and forth communication, wasting time and computing resources.
That’s where S&P Holbrook’s new location-enabled trading tool comes in. This technology is set to take collectibles to the next level, making it easier than ever before to find the items you’re looking for.
The technology uses a system and method that allows people to trade items online. It looks at the attributes of the item and the user, and then helps to connect the two people who want to trade. This technology also helps them communicate with each other quickly and efficiently.
This system is different from previous methods of communication and matching between collectors. It eliminates the hassle of back and forth communication, saving time and computing resources. It also allows for automatic identification and communication of the collectable items with other collectors.
The location-enabled trading tool also allows users to find other collectors in their geographic location. This makes it much easier for collectors to meet up and exchange items. It also opens up the possibility of setting up meetups at amusement parks, conferences, or other locations.
S&P Holbrook’s location-enabled trading tool is a great way for collectors to find the items they’re looking for in an efficient and convenient way. However, it’s important to remember that this is a patent and there’s no guarantee that this technology will become available on the market. If it does, it could revolutionize the way collectors communicate and trade collectibles.
The technology described in the patent, US11694246B2, is a great step forward for collectors. It provides a unique way to connect with other collectors and communicate quickly and efficiently. It also allows for meetups in geographic locations, eliminating the need for long-distance communication.
S&P Holbrook’s location-enabled trading tool could be a game-changer for collectibles. If it does come to the market, it could revolutionize the way collectors communicate and trade items. It would make it easier than ever before to find the items they’re looking for and connect with other collectors in their area.