StockX: Asian sneakerheads give trainer traders a spring in their step

StockX, which also allows the trade of streetwear, handbags and watches, takes a transaction fee starting at about 10%. Rivals to StockX include Sole360, which charges a flat fee of $20 per trade, and South East Asian-based Novelship. But these sites are far smaller in terms of listings and active traders.

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