We recently released the Shopping Wizard from beta, and with it, removed a feature that was used heavily by our users: "Sellers with the most articles in my wants list."
We have updated the way Cardmarket handles arrival confirmation for shipment. This change affects the way users are notified about arrival confirmation so it's important for any users who rely on email notifications.
We at Cardmarket value our users' opinions and want to more actively involve our user base with our development process. To this end, we are happy to announce that the Cardmarket Public Beta Environment is available today.
After long internal discussions as well as continued consultation with local authorities and health departments, we have decided to cancel all remaining stops of the 2020 Cardmarket Series. This decision was not made lightly, and we have prepared an FAQ below that should hopefully answer many of your questions regarding the cancelation and the Cardmarket Series moving forward. We hope to see you all in 2021, when we return to all the locations we were not able to visit this year.
We’re happy to announce the launch of Cardmarket’s own mobile card scanner. With this, you’ll be able to scan your cards and sell Currently, the feature is in Beta and must be accessed at the link below. We’re giving our users access now so we can test the feature and gather card data to further develop the detection algorithms before we fully incorporate the feature into the website.
As of 08.04.2020, we have refactored the Wants List page. This is one of the final steps in making Cardmarket completely streamlined and responsive. Users can access their Wants List page by clicking on “My Wants” under the “Buying” tab.
As the COVID-19 situation develops, there have been, and will likely continue to be numerous developments regarding the business users do on Cardmarket. This article will have all of the important changes to the marketplace.
We're sorry to inform you that we have to cancel this year's Cardmarket Series stops in Seville and Bologna because of the COVID-19 situation.