Correctamundo. Not only are you right, but found the link to the stats I was referring too.
It's one thing to integrate into the largest provider of eCom tools for companies which it and of itself owns up a world of opportunity (i.e. read the stats).
It's another thing to be signing up customers right and left right out the gate.
It sure seems to me Market.Live has positioned itself as a Live Selling solution for high quality companies which is the complete opposite of Live Selling sites like Whatnot which I equate to the craigslist of Live Selling sites.
I think a lot has to do with Market.Live attracking BestBuy, The Gap and other high quality large brands early on.
High Quality brands means much higher revenue rather than someone selling garage sale stuff or knockoffs on Whatnot. You know the Livestream selling site valued at $3.7B last year.
Whatnot's valuation doubles to $3.7B as livestream
Read what people say about Whatnot...