ChronoDAQ is a marketplace, like a stock/commodities exchange to allow watch dealers trade stock amongst each other. This already happens between traders' own personally built networks (one dealer cited a Whatsapp group) and is fragmented. These trades are used to source units and also offload niche items.
ChronoDAQ brings a centralised repository of data in a usable format and gives a read of the current state of the market. This brings more liquidity to the market and enables dealers accurately value their inventory along with being more confident when trading with retail customers and set competitive prices.
There is a chicken & egg situation as with all marketplaces and I am currently thinking of "single player" features to bring people. Current idea is a portfolio manager tool where dealers can track their stock, what they paid, sale/asking price and length on shelves etc.. this can slowly integrate with the exchange where users can later specify a "trade price".
I will integrate with an Escrow service for help clearing trades and employ "watch professionals" to mediate/referee disputes.
I will limit registrations to companies (LLC, LTD etc) who operate a bricks and mortar retail business.
My landing page: https://www.chronodaq.com
Trivia: DAQ stands for Dealer Automated Quotes and why a lot of trading type platforms incorporate that into the name.
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