The non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace Rarible has launched an NFT aggregator that enables customers to browse listings across various marketplaces and compare pricing.
The aggregator, which is now accessible on Rarible’s homepage, features a search bar that enables users to browse NFTs using parameters including pricing, trending projects, recently listed NFTs, and auctions that are about to end.
During the most recent Ethereum Foundation Devcon conference in Bogotá, Colombia, co-founders of Rarible, Alexei Falin and Alex Salnikov, confirmed Rarible’s entry into aggregation with The Block.
The business has also published many social media updates about the Thursday announcement. Rarible’s Twitter account announced on October 13 that “Rarible’s second chapter. Coming next week.”
The tool displays an Azuki NFT listed on OpenSea, LooksRare, and x2y2 at a price of 11.99 ETH on each platform as an example of how Rarible’s aggregator gathers information on NFTs from various marketplaces.
Rarible’s platform does not impose any additional purchasing or selling fees for these transactions.
Users can browse NFTs via blockchains like Ethereum, Solana, Tezos, Flow, and Polygon, as well as the Layer-2 scaling solution Immutable X. Rarible’s aggregator also provides filters to narrow down NFT projects based on several factors.
Filters are provided in the tool to search for NFTs depending on edition kind and purchasing method (auction, open to offers, or immediate purchase).
This year, NFT platforms have been expanding their aggregation capabilities as they vie to charge the lowest prices. Uniswap Labs purchased Genie, an NFT marketplace aggregator, in June, and Gem, an NFT marketplace aggregator, was purchased by OpenSea in April.