What is Rarible crypto & RARI token’s price prediction?

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  • Rarible competes with not only OpenSea but also with traditional auction houses like Christie’s
  • NFT marketplaces may become the primary destination for NFT collectors to trade their assets
  • The RARI token’s price could be a product of how Rarible facilitates trade in digital assets

The world of cryptocurrencies can add billions of dollars within hours and can also lose as quickly. In the wake of the crisis in Ukraine, cryptos lost value, but of late these assets have gained notably. In this light, NFTs, which though are not the same as crypto tokens, make for a close watch.

Non-fungible tokens are, at least what backers say, unique and some may command very high value. This is the sentiment that may have gone into the high-ticket sales of the NFTs of Beeple and CryptoPunk.

Of late, the exchanges that exclusively deal in NFTs have also gained traction. OpenSea is immensely popular, but today, let’s know about an emerging NFT marketplace, Rarible, and its RARI token.

What does Rarible do?

Rarible bills itself as an ecosystem for virtually everything related to NFTs. The project is primarily a marketplace where NFTs linked to multiple projects, like that of digital artist Pak, can be traded.

Rarible claims it supports multiple blockchain networks, including Ethereum, which record the transfer of ownership of NFTs. The Rarible platform can facilitate the sale of metaverse-linked digital assets like land parcels.

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The project also has a Rarible protocol, which it says can help mint new NFTs, besides making Rarible a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO), where users take key decisions on governance. This is something that differentiates exchanges like Rarible from Christie’s and Sotheby’s.

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Rarible’s RARI token

The RARI crypto, as claimed by the project, is primarily the governance token, which allows Rarible users to participate in voting, which lies at the heart of any DAO project.

According to CoinMarketCap, over 6.6 million RARI tokens were in circulation as of writing. RARI does not make the list as a top cryptocurrency right now, and with its market cap of nearly US$54 million, it does not feature even in the top 500 cryptos.

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Rarible crypto price prediction

NFTs continue to be a big trend in the cryptocurrency world. Though these digital assets can be bought in auctions held at famous auction houses like Christie’s, NFT exchanges like OpenSea and Rarible are gaining traction.

If Rarible attracts more NFT enthusiasts and the platform adds more popular NFTs to its marketplace, there is a chance the RARI token may reclaim the price of US$45 by the end of this year. RARI trades at nearly US$8 as of now, but it was priced at US$45 at one point in March last year.

Rarible crypto price movement

Data provided by CoinMarketCap.com

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Bottom line

Rarible is a decentralized NFT trading platform, but it has yet to become as popular as OpenSea. The RARI token is native to Rarible, and its price growth might depend on how the Rarible marketplace performs in the long term. If Rarible can emerge as a major marketplace for trading in digital assets, it may lift RARI.

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