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What is a Rarity ranking and how to use it
Trade holds
Purchasing cryptocurrencies with credit cards or via ACH online banking will trigger a trade hold for the transacting user. This will prevent NFT trade activity (purchases, sales and offers) for a period of 72 hours, for enhanced security.
The Rarity ranking is a number that indicates how rare an NFT is compared to other NFTs in the collection. The ranking is based on the characteristics of the collection and takes into account how frequently certain attributes, that belong to the NFT, occur in the collection. It can also take other aspects into account such as, themes the NFT fits, attribute count or characteristics that are popular with the community.
The Rarity ranking can be found to the right of the title of an NFT. A higher number indicates a rarer NFT, with 1 being rarest. Hovering the ranking will display the NFT’s rank out of the total number of NFTs in that collection.
The following symbols are used to indicate various levels of ranking, taking a collection with 10,000 NFTs as example:
NFTs with a circle symbol in grey belong to the bottom 25% of rarity in a collection.
NFTs with a triangle symbol in green belong between the 25-75% most rare in a collection.
NFTs with a caret symbol in blue are within 10-25% of the most rare in a collection.
NFTs with a diamond symbol and one star are within 1-10% of the most rare in a collection.
NFTs with a diamond symbol and two stars are the 0.1-1% most rare in a collection.
NFTs with a diamond symbol and three stars are the absolute rarest NFTs in a collection, within 0.1% of the highest rarity.