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SoleSavy and Kyx World Offer Sneaker Subscription Services to Fight Bots and Resellers


SoleSavy and Kyx World are the latest on the market who offer sneaker subscription services. As more and more limited editions are produced, companies like FTL and the recently started Kyx World are looking for a solution to democratize the sneaker industry.

Companies offer different types of subscriptions. For example, some users may keep up with the latest news and others may be allowed to try limited-edition sneakers for a month period.

SoleSavy was founded by Pralica and Justin Dusanj in 2018 to help all sneaker lovers to buy them directly from brands and retailers. By 2022, they plan to work with brands directly. 

Users subscribe to the platform paying 33 dollars per month to discover news about sneakers, register for prizes and discounts, and buy sneakers much faster.

While the SoleSavy platform is aimed at getting sneaker enthusiasts together, Kyx World offers subscribers one to four pairs of sneakers per month to wear, or even buy them. The main problem that both services are currently trying to solve is availability. That’s why they have raised their security levels to resist various bots and resellers. Now, the battle is continuing. 

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