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RARE Price:
$6.0 M
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Market Cap:
$83.7 M

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Total Supply:
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The price of #RARE today is $0.12 USD.

The lowest RARE price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.121, and the exact current price of one RARE crypto coin is $0.12141.

The all-time high RARE coin price was $4.87.

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The code for SuperRare crypto currency is #RARE.

SuperRare is 2.7 years old.


The current market capitalization for SuperRare is $83,658,998.

SuperRare is ranked #369, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a big daily trading volume on #RARE.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for SuperRare is $5,950,036.


The circulating supply of RARE is 689,068,240 coins, which is 69% of the maximum coin supply.


RARE is available on several crypto currency exchanges.


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #RARE, and you can view them on our RARE disambiguation page.



Getting the Band Together

Hey friends 👋 Are you pumped about the future of art and culture yet? Ready to get this revolution kick-started? Now that we’ve shared some of our hopes and dreams for SR2.0 and you’ve heard the rallying cry for self-governance, we hope you’re as excited about the future of SuperRare as we are. It’s a BIG vision, we know, but one that’s worth fighting for. And we’re thrilled to have you along for the ride 🚀 Before embarking on the important business of changing the world, we thought it’d be helpful to bring things back to brass tacks and talk through what to expect as we embark on our noble journey. Like all teams coming together for the first time — we need to learn our collective strengths and weaknesses, build communication skills, and develop methods of collaboration that can leverage our different backgrounds/cultures and feelings about the world. Sounds easy, right?! 😉From the top One metaphor we’ve found useful to help contextualize the task ahead is to think about the SuperRare DAO as a band getting together for the first time. Even professional musicians can’t sit down and play a concert straight through without a few hours of practice. There are just too many opinions, styles and moving pieces that need to get worked out for a group of strangers — no matter how well trained — to pick it up cold and rock it from the first take. If you want a concert or a sports match to...

SuperRare x Yat Art Contest

Calling all SuperRare Artists!. — We are really excited to announce we have acquired a very rare 2 character Yat. The Yat 💎🖼 now belongs to SuperRare! To celebrate this momentous occasion SuperRare and Yat Labs have collaborated on a competition to celebrate the iconic and rare art made by SuperRare artists. We have teamed up to offer one lucky winner any available 3 character Yat of their choice and featured placement of one of their artworks on for 1 week. — What is a Yat?. — Yats let you use emojis as your universal username and identity on the internet. Imagine being known as 🔥🐍🔥 or 🤖👻👑 instead of coffeequeen98 or What’s more, they are also NFTs. — How to enter:. — Mint a piece of artwork on SuperRare by midnight PT on 26 September, inspired by the SuperRare Yat 💎🖼Be sure to let us know you have entered by emailing with a link to your minted artwork by midnight PT on 26 September*Note: you can submit multiple artworks. Each artwork counts as a new entry — What happens after that?. — Entries may be seen on the SuperRare Features pageSuperRare community members who have an artist or collector POAP badge will be able to vote for their favourite artwork from 9am 28 September to midnight 29 September PT, in a gated “Yat voting” Discord channelSuperRare Labs CEO, John Crain, will choose the...

Retiring Marketplace Contract

TL;DR — the OG SuperRare ERC721 marketplace contract is being retired. Owners that have current sales will be notified to upgrade on login. If you’re not specifically prompted, no further action is needed.Intro After almost 2 years, we are retiring SuperRare’s original marketplace smart contract. Here’s why.How to Upgrade All offers have been migrated from the to-be-retired marketplace contract, and only artworks with active sales will be affected. For those with a listed sale price on the legacy marketplace contract, simply log into your SuperRare account where you will be prompted to disapprove marketplace sales. This process will void the existing sale price. Once this is done, the owner will need to set a new sale price on the updated marketplace contract. Due to the non-custodial nature of the smart contracts, SuperRare Labs has no means by which to migrate the existing sales into the new contract. This means it needs to be done manually by the owner. Simply head back to your collection and set a sale price in the same way you would before! If you have any questions please reach out to our support or have a look through our Help Center.Why Upgrade? A white hat hacker named RStudios contacted SuperRare Labs with the suspicion of a vulnerability on the retired contract. They demonstrated that by accepting an offer on a token contract that had overridden the transferFrom function, they could perform a reent...

Announcing the $RARE Curation Token and the SuperRare Network

A revolution in NFT art curation and the decentralization of SuperRare [Originally published on Mirror] Exactly 20 seconds past 11:20PM (UTC) on April 5th of 2018, the first artwork was minted on SuperRare. We know this precise time and date due to the innovation that makes SuperRare so exciting: our first transaction, like the thousands that followed it, was immutably preserved on the Ethereum blockchain. 1,229 days later, more than $90M in NFT art has been sold by over 1,400 artists on SuperRare. Hobbies became careers. Digital projects became valuable assets. The digital transformation of the art market is no longer a dream — it has arrived. Unlike past artistic revolutions, this one affects more than the medium or style. It is a revolution of both form and function, curation and collection. The work itself is thrilling, dynamic and diverse, but we are equally excited about the opportunity unleashed by blockchain technologies: to put ownership in the hands of the artists, curators, collectors, and digital art community at large. While momentum and excitement have been growing, the digital art revolution is still in its infancy. Today, it’s taking its next big leap. We are excited to announce a decentralized vision for the future of digital art, that puts the power where it should be — in the hands of the community. We began by helping spark a revolution for art. Today we spark a revolution for ownership. W...

Collector Royalties Eligibility Expansion — Aug ‘21

Collector Royalties Eligibility Expansion — Aug ‘21 TL;DR — we’re expanding the Collector Royalties program to cover all SUPR tokens, regardless of when they were minted. Qualifying transactions will be back-dated to the program launch date (07/13/21) and applied equally to all future sales. About a month ago at SuperRare we announced a first-of-its-kind program to pay continuing Collector Royalties in an effort to catalyze new collectors joining the NFT revolution & help those collectors feel better letting go whenever the right time comes. The reaction among the community so far has been nothing short of inspiring. Not only was the program received by overwhelmingly positive reviews, we’ve seen artists like Pindar Van Arman channel this energy into bespoke royalty programs that are raising the bar further still — sparking greater creativity and exploration of what’s possible in this new world of programatic, composable art. While it’s still early days for the program, we’ve been thrilled by the responses and possibilities for the future. After observing the community reaction and reflecting on the nuances of the program implementation, we’ve decided it doesn’t feel right for us to split SUPR tokens and their owners into different classes — some with collector royalties and some without, based solely on the date of our announcement. If you’re a long-term collector on SuperRare,...

From Michelangelo to the metaverse: the past, present and future of art markets

[Originally published on Mirror]. — NFTs have given art markets a breath of fresh air. As we explore CryptoArt’s next chapter, it’s important to understand what led us here. We’ll start by exploring the history of art markets, their commission structures and the role galleries have historically played in their success. From there, we hope to educate readers on where SuperRare fits into the conversation, and how this positioning sets the platform up for its next chapter. We’re going to cover hundreds of years of history in five minutes, so buckle in! — The Origin of Art Markets. — As early as the middle ages, art made for the sake of worship or didactic purposes was commissioned by religious and political leaders. Throughout the Italian Renaissance this form of patronage continued with artists such as Leonardo da Vinci creating murals like the “Last Supper” and Michelangelo painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. As time passed, art was no longer confined to the walls of churches or other interiors. A new type of trading activity began, which could be traced to Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) who, operating as an agent for himself, produced and sold works of art directly to his clients; forming what is arguably one of the key starting points for the primary market today. This notion of collecting physical artworks and their changing hands amongst aficionados continued into the Dutch Gold...

The Art Royalty Revolution

Introducing Collector Royalties SuperRare introduced the world to automated artist royalties in 2018, and now we’re introducing another paradigm shift: collector royalties. Starting today, collectors will earn a royalty whenever a qualifying artwork is resold in the secondary market. We believe this will help art markets flourish by further incentivizing collectors to purchase and resell art on SuperRare, creating greater value flows back to artists. Read on to learn more about the art royalty revolution, and how collector royalties on SuperRare work.What is a royalty and why are they so important for art? A ‘royalty’ is a right to future payment streams for the continued use or sale of an asset. This can include copyrighted works, franchises, or natural resources where the distributor of a finished good differs from the original creator/owner. Royalties are a particularly powerful economic construct because they allow for durable, shared ownership of value accrual to multiple parties with distinct skills and interests in an underlying asset. At SuperRare, we’ve believed since the very beginning that a better royalty system could transform the entire art market. Not only would royalties financially empower artists in ways previously unthinkable, but they could also motivate a specific type of collector — the kind drawn to continuing patronage of the artists whom they collect — knowing that their future pr...

Product Update: Personalized Activity Feed + New Ways to Discover ⚡

Our brand new homepage puts the artists you follow front and center and makes it easier to stay up to date. — Since day one our goal has been to empower digital artists with the tools to mint and sell their works as NFTs, and to enable collectors to discover, follow and support artists that inspire them. The Activity Feed has always been a core part of the SuperRare experience, providing a linear view of the story of the market unfolding in real time. With the explosion of the NFT art market in 2021 and a wave of artist and collector growth, it has become challenging to keep up with the art, artists, and events most important to you amid so much activity. To solve this, we are excited to introduce a completely redesigned homepage experience on SuperRare, developed with two goals in mind: to help you keep up to date with the artists and collectors you follow, and to make it easy to discover new artists and trends. New homepage features: We’ve brought the Activity Feed to the homepage, introduced a brand new personalized feed (‘Following’) based on who you follow and provided a tab so you can toggle between it or an algorithmically-curated feed (‘For You’), designed for discovery. When you’re logged into SuperRare, you no longer have to click around to other pages to see the latest activity and what is happening now– it’s right on your personalized homepage. There are also several new homepage sections d...

SuperRare Weekly Update: June 4th, 2021

The latest updates from the SuperRare team & community. — 🔥 DigitWork I Exhibition: NFTs — Is it Art? Take some time this weekend to check out exhibition DigitWork I curated by Digitwork, which features 8 artists “who have a vision of life and who try to find a representation of it in the form of digital works.” You can view the exhibition and read more about it here! DigitWork I | SuperRare🌟 ARTnews Feature Shout out to ARTnews for including SuperRare in this great write up on how generative adversarial networks (GANs) have been supported by the blockchain! GANs are “algorithms that pit computers against each other to produce original machine-made output approximating the human-made training data,” and have been used by SR artists since the first work ever minted on SR — Robbie Barrat’s AI Generated Nude Portrait #1. Read more about the topic here! GANs and NFTs💥 The Data behind CryptoArt Open datasets have been crucial to the way that NFTs have functioned in the art world. Check out our CEO John Crain’s insights into how data impacts the the world of NFTs and CryptoArt markets in his great blog post on Product Hunt here!For the first time ever, we can identify a specific piece of digital art. This is simple yet profound. We now have scarcity for digital objects. That allows SuperRare, a digital art marketplace, to use NFTs as the certificate of authenticity for digital artworks...

SuperRare Weekly Update: May 28th, 2021

The latest updates from the SuperRare team & community. — — 🚀 How to Buy CryptoArt (NFT) - Take some time this weekend to check out this video we made including a basic explanation of how to buy and collect CryptoArt on SuperRare. The video goes over the entire NFT purchasing process from start to finish and all of the accounts you’ll need to buy CryptoArt! — 🔥 Collector AMA Nº9 ft. Omz - This week, we teamed up with Omz for our 9th Collector AMA! Thank you to everyone who hopped on the Discord channel for a great discussion with Omz, who has collected over 60 artworks on SR!  — @SuperRare — 💥 SR Spotlight featuring Dangiuz - This week, we featured SR artist Dangiuz and chatted with him about how he conceives his vision of a dystopian future, cats, and what it takes to make great art. Check out the video below! — 🤝 Community Hangout - Yesterday we had a great community hangout session on Discord, where we chatted about recent CryptoArt events, SuperRare, and CryptoArt in general. Be sure to follow us on Discord to not miss out on the next one! — 🌟 Press Features - Huge thank you to Hypebeast for doing a write up on Beeple’s special cover for Time Magazine! Check out the article here to learn more about the piece, which recently sold on SR for 126.5 ether, roughly $320,000 USD. Beeple Artwork 'TIME The Future of Busin...


Despite Recent Market Revival, These Crypto Companies Dismissed More Emp...

    The prolonged bear market reduced the interest in cryptocurrencies and hampered the operations of numerous industry players. Some leading exchanges, including Coinbase,, Bybit, and Kraken, laid off a chunk of their workforce to cope with the challenging times.  The trend seems to be similar at the start of the new year despite the recent revival of the market, with Gemini,, Coinbase, and many others announcing a new wave of layoffs. The Dismissal Spree Goes on Thousands of people have lost their jobs because of the unfavorable macroeconomic conditions, while the FTX crash and its consecutive domino effect appear to have triggered additional layoffs. Here is a list of crypto firms that trimmed the size of their teams between early November and now. The Argentinean exchange Lemon Cash cut around 38% of its personnel, which equals around 100 people. CEO Cavazzoli assured the amendments are not related to the collapse of FTX, admitting that the company had a 'tiny' exposure to Alameda Research. The Mexican crypto platform Bitso dismissed around 25% of its staff at the end of November. This was the entity's second round of layoffs which previously fired 80 individuals. The San Francisco-based Kraken also added its name to the list, reducing its headcount by a third. 'Unfortunately, negative influences on the financial markets have continued, and we have exhausted preferable options for bringing costs in line with demand,' it said. Byb... read More

Matrixport Joins Growing List of Crypto and Blockchain Companies Letting...

    The crypto firm Matrixport, led by former Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu, is laying off 10% of the company's staff, according to reports published on Friday. Matrixport's COO, Cynthia Wu, cited a 'shift in the regulatory climate' and 'industry-wide capitulations' as reasons for the layoffs.Matrixport Lays Off 10% of Staff as Crypto Winter Continues Jihan Wu's Matrixport is letting go of 10% of the firm's employees, according to multiple reports on Jan. 27, 2023. Bloomberg details that unnamed sources say the company's head of business development and investor relations has left. The news follows another Bloomberg report, published in Nov. 2022, that said Matrixport was seeking $100 million in financing from investors. At the time, the company told the publication it was engaging with investors. In addition to sources from Bloomberg on Friday, the company's COO, Cynthia Wu, confirmed to Coindesk's Omkar Godbole that the 10% cut in staff mainly stemmed from Matrixport's marketing department. 'We've sharpened our strategic focus towards accredited investors given the significant shift in the regulatory climate following the industry-wide capitulations. Our teams have been aligned to reflect this change,' Wu told Godbole. “We continue to hire in the areas of compliance, legal, and product development, with reductions in marketing impacting 10% of our headcount.' Matrixport's layoffs amid the crypto winter are among the many cryptocurrency and blockchain companies letting employees g... read More

Challenging Tiffany & Co. and What Could be the Most Expensive Public Sa...

    Are diamonds an NFT holder's best friend? The answer might be yes for a few hundred CryptoPunks holders, and it could soon be the same for thousands of others. Tiffany & Co., the well-known luxury jeweler and specialty retailer, made a lavish entrance into the NFT space this month, raking in more than $12.5 million from its first NFT collection that sold out less than 30 minutes after launch. Limited to a supply of 250, the exclusive collection is the fruit of a partnership between Tiffany and Chain, a blockchain software development company. Tiffany first announced its unique NFT collection at the start of August. Dubbed NFTiff, each 30 ETH purchase gives buyers a Tiffany pendant of a CryptoPunk in their collection and a digital version that replicates the physical design. The luxury brand said each custom, one-of-a-kind pendant would be made out of 18k rose or yellow gold with at least 30 gemstones. Jewelers will color-match the enamel and gemstones to mimic the Punk’s virtual hues. Anyone can buy an NFTiff, but only CryptoPunk holders have the ability to embark on the customized jewelry experience. Tiffany noted renders of the pendants would be ready by October, with the physical jewelry heading to owners by mail in 2023. The unique foray into the NFT world is made possible through CryptoPunk owners “leveraging their IP rights” and does not directly involve CryptoPunks or the Larva Labs parent company. Global Fashion Brands Continue Diving Into The NFT Wo... read More

How MIDA's Token Economy is Set to Rejuvenate the Art Market

    It's no secret that art museums have seen better days. As far back as 2001, attendance at U.S. museums was already in stagnation, and the trend has only continued to deteriorate in the years since. In 2016, total visitors to art museums across Britain's leading museums and galleries fell to just under 50 million—a 20 percent drop from the peak of 63 million in 1992. In the wake of covid-19 restrictions, the world's busiest art museums saw the most significant drop set at 77%, from 203 million worldwide in 2019 to a paltry 54 million in 2020. And it's not just attendance that's down. Funding for arts and culture has been in decline for years, as government support has dwindled and private donors have shifted their philanthropic priorities. In the U.S., federal funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has declined by more than 60 percent since its peak in 1992. State arts funding has also fallen sharply, down 27 percent since 2008. As a result, many museums have been forced to make cutbacks, from reducing staff and programming to scaling back exhibitions and even selling off artworks from their collections. The situation is even direr in other parts of the world. In the United Kingdom, government arts funding was slashed by 30 percent between 2010 and 2015. And in Australia, arts funding has been cut by more than $10 million. These trends have put immense pressure on museums to find new sources of revenue. But in a time of declining attendance and diminishing... read More

Art Through Destruction: Interview With Jake Fried on His Night Vision N...

    NFTs have taken center stage in the cryptocurrency industry throughout most of 2021, and they continue attracting massive interest in 2022. Although there are some popular projects that went mainstream, like the Bored Ape Yacht Club, they tend to be mostly in the profile-picture domain which definitely caught the industry by a storm. Beyond that, though, many argue that NFTs have stronger use cases and unlimited potential. This is, perhaps, why so many artists are drawn to the field. It democratizes access to fine art and also provides the artist with a global platform for sharing work that’s trackable, immutable, verifiable, and easily transportable. Jake Fried. Source: Wikipedia One artist that was drawn to this rapidly growing scene is Jake Fried. Currently working on an NFT project - the Night Vision Series - Fried’s art is unique in its way. He uses ink and white-out to produce hallucinatory scenery, modifying and shooting the images repeatedly to create mind-bending animations that are designed to evolve at a frenzied pace. Fried’s experimental films have already been widely exhibited across the world, including at the Tate Modern and Sundance Film Festival. On top of that, he has also done commissioned work for some giants such as Netflix. In this interview, we talk about how it all started, how it changed, and where it’s headed. Can you introduce yourself and tell us how did your career start?  Hi! My name is Jake Fried - I’m an arti... read More

Top 10 NFT Marketplaces You Should Know in 2022

    Tokenized assets and rare digital collectibles are raking in billions of dollars across NFT marketplaces, and everyone, including celebrities and top-notch artists, is looking for ways to take part in the craze. There are many platforms built on different blockchains that allow you to buy and sell non-fungible tokens. But before delving into the list of the top 10 best NFT marketplaces, let's quickly look at the meaning of NFT and why there is a need for many NFT trading platforms today. For those new to NFT, the next two sections contain brief yet valuable information that will give you an idea of the current state of the NFT market. For those who already know what NFTs are, this information may be common knowledge to you. If that's the case, you should probably skip to the top 10 NFT marketplaces and make your pick, although you might learn a thing or two you didn't already know. What are NFTs? Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs for short, are cryptographic tokens stored on the blockchain that can be used to represent virtually any item. NFTs can be tokenized versions of sports playing cards, music, videos, images, cats, frogs, and, as bizarre as it sounds, even rocks. These unique tokens provide holders with proof of authenticity and ownership of the underlying asset. And since they are non-fungible, they cannot be exchanged or traded for a different NFT, thus making them scarce and highly coveted. Additionally, since NFTs are tokenized on the blockchain, their ownership cannot ... read More

The Beatles and John Lennon Memorabilia Listed for Sale as NFTs

    The eldest son of John Lennon – Julian Lennon – is selling a range of music history of the Beatles and his dad's memorabilia from his personal collection as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). To do so, he partnered with YellowHeart – a blockchain company that ensures the purchase of authentic digital tickets. Furthermore, Lennon vowed to donate a portion of the proceed to The White Feather Foundation (TWFF) – an organization aiming to offset the carbon footprint. The Beatles Step on The Digital Stage Non-fungible tokens have emerged as one of the top trends in the cryptocurrency industry lately, as many celebrities, athletes, and musicians have launched their collections. Being unique assets that can be bought and sold like any other piece of property, NFTs have also attracted many people to offer the digital form of valuable physical items. Such is the example with John Lennon's son – Julian – who enlisted several pieces of music history related to the Beatles and his father. The NFT collection comes by the name Lennon Connection and will include items like Paul McCartney's handwritten notes for the group's song 'Hey Jude' and clothing worn by the legendary John Lennon. The first collectible has an open price of $30,000, while a black cape belonging to the musician during the movie 'Help!' starts from $6,000. Several guitars owned by John Lennon are also part of the collection as each of them is initially auctioned at $4,000. Every non-fungible t... read More

100 NFT Collections Surpass $20 Billion in Volume Cryptopunks, Bored Ap...

    Non-fungible token (NFT) assets were extremely popular this year and to date, there's been more than $20 billion in volume recorded in terms of NFT sales among 100 collections. While many single NFTs sold for millions of dollars a number of NFT projects and collections saw hundreds of millions and even billions in all-time volume. According to metrics, the popular NFT collection Cryptopunks captured $2.98 billion in all-time volume. 100 NFT Collections, 6 Chains, $20 Billion in Volume Numerous NFT collections have been very prominent in 2021 and have been the topic of various discussions. While News published the top ten most expensive non-fungible token sales this year, a large quantity of NFT collections saw significant trade volume and demand. Data from tracks 100 NFT collections and so far there's been $20.13 billion in all-time sales from these specific NFT series. The NFTs stem from blockchains such as Ethereum, Solana, Immutablex, Binance Smart Chain, Arbitrum, and Terra. The project with the most volume is the Cryptopunks collection with $2.98 billion in all-time volume and 3,286 owners. Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) holds the second-largest volume with $1.04 billion in all-time volume and 5,961 owners. Decentraland recorded just under a billion with $930.98 million and 6,051 owners. Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC) holds the fourth position with $513.23 million in all-time volume and 10,711 MAYC owners. The Sandbox takes the fifth ... read More

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