Instagram: @stockx
Twitter: @stockx


Total funding: $160 million

Valued: $1 billion, as of 2019

Revenue: Unknown

StockX is an online marketplace that facilitates the buying and selling of collectible sneakers, watches, designer streetwear and accessories. Its unique authentication process and stock market-like pricing model have helped the company stand out from other resellers and attract a loyal audience. StockX’s ability to effectively determine the market value of rare collectible sneakers has resulted in consumer confidence that is hard to replicate.

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  • Launches the documentary, “We’re Not Particularly Talented, We Just Try Hard,” profiling the designer Reese Cooper. 
  • Names Vishnu Patankar chief technology officer.


  • Raises $110 million in Series C funding led by GV and Battery Ventures, reaching a $1 billion valuation.
  • Names Deena Bahri as its first-ever chief marketing officer.
  • Opens its fifth authentication center in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
  • Opens its first permanent store in the Soho neighborhood of New York City. 
  • Opens temporary “drop-off” centers in New York City, Los Angeles and London. The stores offer on-site authentication and payment processing.
  • Suffers a data breach, with a hacker stealing 6.8 million records from the site.
  • Launches collection with jewelry designer Ben Baller.
  • Opens its first international headquarters in London. 


  • Opens an authentication center in Tempe, AZ to process orders faster on the west coast. 
  • Launches an exclusive product collaboration with the Wu-Tang Clan donating the proceeds to children in underserved communities.
  • Raises $44 million in Series B funding led by Google Ventures.  


  • Launches the first annual “StockX Day” event in Detroit, inviting influencers and members of its community to meet the StockX team and see its operations.
  • Partners with rapper Eminem to raffle off his Air Jordan sneakers designed in collaboration with Carhartt to raise funds for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. 
  • Partners with Nike to release 23 pairs of limited-edition LeBron James sneakers. Each pair sells for an average of $6,000.
  • Raises $6 million in Series A funding led by Detroit Venture Partners. 


  • Dan Gilbert, Josh Luber, Greg Schwartz, and Chris Kaufman launch StockX in Detroit, MI.