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The final auction price is in for PWCC‘s ultra-rare, Christopher Rush-signed PSA 10 Alpha Set Black Lotus card.

Selling for $511,100 USD on eBay, the card now more than doubles last year’s record-breaking sale for a similar card. While there are a few Black Lotus cards floating around, very few are in this condition, not to mention, possess Rush’s signature, who sadly passed away in 2016 at the age of 50.

This new sale price now sets the tone for future collectible MTG cards — reminding fans to think twice before playing with their treasured cards.

In other collectible card news, an unopened Pokémon First Edition Base Set booster box sold for a whopping $408,000 USD.

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eBay's App Can Now Recognize and Automatically Make Listings for Trading Cards You Want to Sell

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Who’d have thought that over 150 years after the first baseball cards were printed in the late 1860s that trading cards would still be a hot commodity? Every minute, almost 100 of them are sold on eBay, according to the company. So, to make the process smoother, it’s updating its app with image recognition capabilities that can expedite the creation of a trading card listing.

The new feature won’t be available in the app until late April, but when it arrives, it will only support Magic the Gathering cards at first, with support for Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh! cards being added in May, and then other trading card games and sports cards being supported later this year. By automatically recognizing a card using a mobile device’s camera, eBay promises the app will allow a seller to create a listing in half the time, reducing the amount of information that has to be entered manually.

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Using the new feature sounds easy enough and starts with a seller searching for the name of the game until a tappable prompt appears that allows a user to “Tap to search with your camera.” Pointing a device’s camera at the card will bring up a list of potential matches in eBay’s database that includes details like the card’s title, its type, its power, and its rarity. If the search returns several options, the user simply selects the closest match and a listing will be auto-populated with all of the card’s details.

Once the listing is started, it’s up to the user to then add details about the condition of the card, the price they’re asking for it (including shipping costs and logistics), and their own photos of it so potential buyers can see what shape it’s in for themselves. It’s a clever approach, and while it won’t work for everything people list on eBay (maybe one day it will function as an AI-powered version of Antiques Roadshow when it’s time to list grandma’s spoon collection), there are lots of other items it could immediately assist with including video games, records, and other types of collectible media with distinct labels or packaging.

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eBay's app will soon use image recognition to automate listing trading cards

Got a stack of Magic: The Gathering cards sitting somewhere in storage? With the game's "Modern" format, chances are you might be sitting on at least a couple of ones that could be worth selling. One of the most popular places to buy and sell trading cards online is eBay. What keeps most people parting with their collections is that it can be time-consuming to list every individual card. But eBay has a plan to speed up the process. In an announcement that flew under our radar until Gizmodopicked it up this morning, eBay said it's updating its Android and iOS app with image recognition capabilities.

Starting later this month with Magic: The Gathering, you'll be able to point your phone at a card, and the app will automatically auto-populate most of the listing for you. In May, the feature will work with Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh! cards and then other games and trading cards sometime later in the year.

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The company says you can list a card in about half the time it takes to put one up for sale on the website manually. You start by creating a listing and using the search bar to type the name of the game that the card comes from. At that point, the app will prompt you to "tap to search with your camera." When you point your phone's camera at the card, a list of possible matches will appear. What's nifty here is that the app will auto-populate the listing with details like the card's name, the set it comes from, its type, rarity and more. It's then up to you to add photos, describe its condition and finally decide on a price.

If you're not into buying and selling cards on eBay, a feature that can save people some time on listing their collections might not seem like much. But that's until you realize just how many cards are listed on eBay every day. In the last year, people made more than 41 million new card listings on the platform, with about 119 going up every minute. Once you add that up, that's a lot of time people can spend playing their favorite game instead of labourously inputting data.

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