How do I create a Rarible account?

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To get started on Rarible, you need a crypto wallet. If you do not have a wallet, please see our What crypto wallets can I use with Rarible? and What is a wallet? guides and create one before proceeding.

Note: Signing in to Rarible is free.

Creating (logging in to) your account:

1. Go on to and click the “Connect wallet” button on the top right-hand side of the home page.

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Note: Before logging in, ensure that your wallet is connected to and active on your desired blockchain. For example, if you want to trade on RARI Chain:

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2. Choose your blockchain (for example, Ethereum) and then click on your wallet provider (for example, MetaMask).

Note: Select Ethereum as your blockchain for the following chains: RARI Chain, Ethereum, Polygon, zkSync Era, Base, Astar zkEvm and Kroma.

Immutable X is separated from the other chains because it is the only chain that doesn't use ETH as its token.  

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3. In your wallet, click the “Connect” button.


Note: If you're wanting to connect to a chain other than Ethereum and your wallet asks if you want to switch the network to Ethereum, select "Cancel."

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4. Click the "Sign" button to verify that you accept Rarible's Terms of Service and agree that you are at least 13 years of age.

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5. On Rarible, fill in your display name and email address. Afterwards, select the “Finish sign-up” button.

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Congratulations! Your account has been created.


Note: You can further customize your profile by adding a bio, profile photo and more. See our How do I update my Rarible profile? guide for more information.

Note: If you would like an in-depth demonstration about how to create your Rarible profile, watch our YouTube video:

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