NFT? ERC-721 tokens?

NFT stands for non-fungible tokens like ERC-721 (a smart contract standard) tokens which are hosted on Ethereum’s own blockchain. NFTs are unique digital items such as collectibles or artworks or game items. As an artist, by tokenizing your work you both ensure that it is unique and brand it as your work. The actual ownership is blockchain-managed.

What does “minting” mean?

The process of tokenizing your work and creating an NFT (see above).

Can I create an NFT on without putting it on sale?

Yes, you can and it is up to you if you decide to sell it later or not.

– **Can I change the price of an already created collectible?**

Absolutely, you can lower the price free of transaction costs at any time. You just need to sign the signature request via your wallet.

– **Can I gift or send a collectible to someone?**

Yes, just go on the detail page of a collectible you own, open the “…” menu and select “transfer token”

– **What does “burn a token” mean?**

The ERC-721 standard does not only allow the creation of NFTs, but also includes a possibility to destroy them – i.e. burning the token.

– **Do you have an OpenSea integration?**

Yes, you can view the collectibles you have created on on OpenSea and manage them there as well. Additionally, it is possible to list your collectibles on OpenSea not only in $ETH but also in $RARI.

– **What is the purpose of $RARI as a governance token?**

Please refer to this article: [](

– **What is “unlockable content”?**

As a content creator, you can add unlockable content to your collectibles, that only becomes visible after a transfer of ownership (i.e. selling or gifting your NFT). Artists use this feature to include high res files, making ofs. videos, secret messages etc.

– **How does the royalty system work?**

Whenever you create a collectible you can set a certain percentage as royalty for secondary sales. Example: You create a digital painting and sell it for 0.2 ETH, the royalty is 10 percent. Your buyer then sells your painting at a higher price point for 0.5 ETH. Here, the royalty system kicks in. As the original content creator you receive 10% of that sale, being 0.05 ETH.

NB: Royalties set on OpenSea don’t carry over to at the moment. However, the team is working on a cross-platform royalties implementation.

– **Can I report an artwork or collectible?**

Yes, go on the detail page of the token you want to report, click on the “…” button and select “Report”.

– **What is verification?**

Verified badges are granted to creators and collectors that show enough proof of authenticity and active dedication to the marketplace. We are looking at multiple factors such as active social media presence and following, dialogue with community members,number of minted and sold items.

– **How to get a “verified” badge?**

The only way to get verified is **[to fill out this form](**

Here are some tips on getting it right.

You need to submit:

1. Filled-in profile on Rarible: user pic + cover + custom link
2. Links to at least **2** social media profiles
What we’re looking for is active social media presence with a history, sharing your artworks, participating in the community. Large followers base is a plus. Mass-following raises questions.
3. Behind the screens/work in progress
If you’re a creator, show us the backstage of the work process on one of the minted items.
If you’re a collector and it’s not applicable, we will take a look at the items you previously purchased.
4. The story behind your account
Tell us about yourself! Why are you on Rarible? What are you selling/collecting? What is the concept of your art?

Read our [full guide to getting verified](

– **What is Rarible governance system? How does it work?**

The ultimate goal of Rarible is to evolve into a fully Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO), where all governance and decision rights belong to the platform users. By providing creators and collectors with the opportunity to propose and vote on platform upgrades, we make sure that the platform becomes a public good, responsive directly to its community members. On Rarible, you have a voice, and your voice is heard.

– **I’m a Rarible user. Can I share my idea/proposal?**

We encourage self expression on any matter: whether you have an idea or a concern, if you want to support a project or disagree with others — share, express, and push it. Every opinion is counted, heard and valued. You can learn more about your rights [here](

– **I have an idea. Where should I start?**

Got an idea? Awesome –– now, go advocate! Initiate a discussion in [Rarible Discord](, in [Rarible Telegram]( and [Twitter]( Convince other participants to support you, get them to express their voice & upvote. Hear feedback. Make sure that your proposal will make the platform better for everyone.

– **How to submit my proposal?**

### 1) Come up with an idea. Promote it

Got an idea? Awesome –– now, go advocate! Initiate a discussion in [Rarible Discord](, in Telegram and Twitter. Convince other participants to support you, get them to express their voice & upvote. Hear feedback. Make sure that your proposal will make the platform better for everyone.

### 2) Create your proposal pitch in [Rarible Discussion](

– Choose the right tags, clear title, and make sure there is no ongoing or rejected proposal on the same subject already.
– Proposal Category: Platform development / new features Moderation Community / governance Technical upgrades
– Describe your proposal
– Summary [what is being proposed?]
– Motivation [why do you want this implemented? how will the Rarible community benefit from it? offer convincing arguments]
– How can it be implemented? How difficult is it?
– Other points to consider, pictures and images

Mention your credentials & the number of $RARI you hold for other community members. To submit an official proposal, you can’t be anonymous.

### 3) Get feedback from the team

If your idea clicked with the community, and we see active interest and feedback, the request is granted the “proposal candidate” status. At this point, the team evaluates if implementing the idea is technically possible at the moment.

### 4) Vote

The proposal is put for a final vote.