Rarible debuts NFT aggregator to allow shoppers to compare price across marketplaces

Rarible announced its new NFT aggregator, to help shoppers locate the best NFTs based on prices, status, and auctions that are about to close across several marketplaces.
October 19, 2022 - Cynthia Chung

Rarible has announced the launch of its NFT aggregator, which will allow free price comparisons across marketplaces.

Rarible’s aggregator is accessible via Rarible’s homepage, where visitors can filter NFTs based on prices, trending projects, recently-listed items and auctions that are about to close. This will allow consumers to identify the most apt NFTs and purchase them at the best price.

‘It’s pretty much like Google for NFTs,’ Rarible’s co-founder Alexei Falin told The Block in an interview.

Visitors can find NFTs listed on Rarible, OpenSea, and LookRare and NFTs based on blockchains including Ethereum, Solana, Tezos, Flow and Polygon, as well as the Layer-2 scaling solution Immutable X.

In November 2021, Rarible partnered with Nori to blockchain-powered carbon removal marketplace Nori to provide a function to NFT creators that allows Rarible users to display Nori Carbon Removal Tonnes (NRTs) alongside their NFTs to show they are carbon-negative.

In October 2021, Rarible partnered with Adobe to allow NFT creators to display the software company’s Content Credentials to verify digital provenance. NFT creators can add their wallet address and social media information to the Content Credentials metadata listed on Rarible in order to combat visual misinformation and enhance content attribution for creators. 


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