More consumers are shifting towards the sharing economy, and to compensate, more platforms have launched to allow consumers the opportunity to trade and barter their used belongings -- the OneChange app, created by a new Berlin-based startup, was launched to simplify this bartering system.
The OneChange app allows users to post their unwanted items, and interested individuals can bid to make a trade with the poster by offering up their unwanted possessions in exchange. Users can add an item, looking for a specific item, or suggest a change request. The app is currently open to the public in a beta version for both iOS and Android users to download.
As our society moves away from consumerism and pivots towards repairing and reusing items, consumers should expect to see more apps dedicated to secondhand trading.
The OneChange App Allows Users to Trade Old Items With Others
Grace Mahas — September 6, 2019 — Social Good
References: play.google & kickstarter