Curicon is a social network for all things nerd. It provides collectors of nerd culture with simple organization programs to keep track of their expansive collection. It also provides opportunities for collectors to get in touch with other collectors all over the world to talk obsessions and to get that one piece they need to complete a collection. Their internal library consist of 128,000 items spread out over 400 brands and 2000 categories including comic books, action figures, dolls, trading cards, miniatures, and console gaming.
CEO and co-founder Matt Byrne admits that he is not the first person to have the idea, but his is the best version. “Curicon is designed by collectors for collectors. We have developed an intelligent technology, which helps collectors manage and build their collections, and access expert advice with an ease not previously possible.”
Curicon’s started out of a situation we all can relate to. CEO Byrne was missing one card for his Marvel Masterpieces set and did not have an efficient way to get it. His only option was to constantly search through auction sites constantly for that card. From that frustration, this idea grew.
Curicon is the right place for you if you have a collection that you have trouble keeping track of. It is also the place for you if you collect issues of some obscure comic very few have heard about. If you are interested in trying out their site, then sign up for a free account over at Curicon.com.