In this thread, an NFT cryptoart collector with deep pockets named beanie said,
I have bought a few pieces on FND cause they were significantly cheaper, but now realize they were priced that way for a reason.
SR on-chain provenance is critical for galleries and investors.
The price premium is probably still understated.
The SuperRare platform is the on chain marketplace, just like Larva Labs (CryptoPunks).
This is CRITICAL and adds immense value in so many ways.
What does he mean by the Foundation.app (FND) platform being off-chain and the SuperRare (SR) platform being on-chain? From what I understand, there is no economical way to store 5MB+ jpeg files on any blockchain at the moment so I doubt SuperRare even does what he is claiming. What is he really getting at?
Besides, doesn't FND and SR both upload images to the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), meaning that they are both off-chain?