We tried Proxibid Live’s new application window, and it is everything that the company touts … and more.
We had asked before for a technical upgrade such as this that works on a common browser like Firefox (which we recommend over other browsers for faster no-security-warning bidding). And the company came through.
What we didn’t anticipate is the neatness of the functions and the ability to toggle back and forth between auctions. This will be a boon for bidders who monitor several auctions occurring at the same time, as happened yesterday with Kaufman Auction and Weaver Auction, both of which had choice lots and enthusiastic bidding.
You’ll be seeing more bidding wars as buyers compete across the portal for cherry coins.
We know technology, and this surpasses our expectations mostly for the clean and clear application design with drop-down tabs, large screens, search functions, multiple auction bidding and multiple lot viewing on the larger digital canvas that comes with browsers rather than stand-alone downloadable JAVA applications,
Read more about this exciting enhancement by clicking here.
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