In the secondary market, product categories, marketplaces, transactions, and buyers are all part of an ecosystem. How are prices driven by buyers? How do product categories act as a “destination” for buyers and sellers alike? How do both of these lead to the growth and expansion of marketplaces? Through the power of the network effect.

The Power of the Network Effect

So, what is the power of the network effect exactly? Vice President of Sales Eric Moriarty explains in this week’s B-Stock Minute:

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