Aucto Help Center
How does an onsite webcast auction work?
The innovative platform allows auctioneers to run onsite auctions while accepting bids from both onsite bidders and web bidders.
During an onsite webcast auction, the auctioneer will connect to Aucto’s framework as the “auction control.” This allows live bidding from both web bidders and onsite bidders.
For the convenience of web bidders, auctioneers can also stream live videos to showcase what is happening on the ground, creating a seamless live auction experience.
Live chat is also available for Aucto users to communicate with the auctioneer directly.
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