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Offline Maryd

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Ownetic - Platform for collectors
« on: August 20, 2018, 09:31:29 AM »
Dear collectors,

Together with the team, we are building a dedicated, free of charge platform for collectors - Ownetic, which enables digitization, presentation and organization of own collections and collector's items, as well as creating your own professional collector’s profile.

Each collector's object - including of course coins - can be accurately categorized and catalogued into a collection, and described with appropriate parameters. Ownetic is a fantastic tool for managing your collection and for making it easily available to others.

On Ownetic you can also discover other interesting collections: stamps, books, posters, postcards, photographs - these are only examples of what you can find.

Profile example:
Presentation of a coin:

We are still working on the development of the platform, which was launched on July 2. Most of the functionality and improvements introduced so far was based on feedback from users, therefore all comments and suggestions are welcome.

We also encourage you to ask questions, we will be happy to answer all of them :-)

Hope to hear from you guys!

The Ownetic team

Offline plasticman

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Re: Ownetic - Platform for collectors
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2018, 06:42:25 PM »
I have visited your Ownetic site but I am unclear whether it is appropriate to what I need. I have a collection of over 3000 pieces of play coins made from plastic. They are catalogued at but adding new items to it is complex and the data is stored in the Internet - I cannot download it to my laptop, and it is expensive to maintain. If I listed my collection on your site, would there be a cost? and could I have it on my laptop when I have no access to the Internet. I cannot see an introductory page where it is all explained, if there is one please send me a link. Cheers, Colin