Rarible is one of the main competitors of the Opensea platform. It was created in 2020 by Alexander Salnikov. One of the main differences is that Rarible is held by its community and has its own token called the $RARI.
The interface is clear and easy to explore, and you can access to direct sells or auctions.
It does not have the largest catalog of NFT platforms but still has many assets that are well categorized.
Rarible is accessible to everyone, you can very simply buy or sell your NFTs.
Some users have complained about Rarible’s help center, which sometimes seems unresponsive, but it depends of the cases.
A large community that is available to help and discuss their favorite NFTs.
Rarible takes 2.5% fees from both seller and buyer and charges a fee with every transaction.
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