Top 7 Tools To Track NFT Collectors And Trades For NFT Lovers

Top 7 Tools To Track NFT Collectors And Trades For NFT Lovers

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March 14, 2023 by Diana Ambolis
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Everyone knows that things move quickly in the NFT space. This makes it hard and sometimes nearly impossible for NFT collectors to keep up with things like mint dates, project reveals, timed auctions, and the like. Still, keeping track of collectors and large-scale trades can be even harder. Because of this, some companies have made
Top 7 Tools To Track NFT Collectors And Trades For NFT Lovers

Everyone knows that things move quickly in the NFT space. This makes it hard and sometimes nearly impossible for NFT collectors to keep up with things like mint dates, project reveals, timed auctions, and the like. Still, keeping track of collectors and large-scale trades can be even harder.

Because of this, some companies have made whole sets of tools to make the process easier. We’re not just talking about services like Rarity Tools and Trait Sniper for trading. We’re also talking about services that make gathering information about projects and people easy.

Keeping up with big events is important in the non-fungible ecosystem because a single trade from an NFT whale can make or break the path of a whole collection. But Twitter feeds, and Discord announcements can only get you so far.

So we’ve put together an ever-growing list of services that can help NFT collectors and traders of any level keep track of each other.

 

Ninjalerts

Ninjalerts is a promising service that is one of the few that can track crypto and NFT. Even though it’s much newer than some of the other platforms on this page, it lets users find specific contract or wallet addresses and get alerts when something happens on either front. Definitely a very useful thing.

Users can get push notifications on their phones right when minting begins, when NFTs are revealed, or when whales and influencers make their next move. One of the best things about Ninjalerts is that people who want to use its services can buy a lifetime licence to the mobile and web app in the form of an NFT from the company’s official OpenSea storefront.

 

Nansen

Nansen is an analytics platform that combines data from the blockchain with a huge database with millions of wallet labels that is always growing. Nansen has a set of dashboards that make it easy to use tools like wallet profilers, smart alerts, information about the top holders and token distribution, and more.

Nansen is a bit pricey, but it does more than track collectors and trades. It gives users options like downloadable data, exclusive insights/reports, real-time DEX trade updates, and more. Nansen seems to be one of the most popular NFT analytics services because it has been around through the market’s ups and downs.

Icy.tools

Icy.tools is a service that went live in the middle of the NFT market boom. It has a lot of great tools for analysing data. Users can easily find projects that are popular and keep track of things like floor prices, volume, sales history, and more.

On the Icy.tools platform, many tools are free, and premium features can be unlocked for a monthly fee that isn’t too high. The company’s voice also fits well with the NFT community’s values, which makes it a popular choice among NFT maximalist.

 

DappRadar Portfolio Tracker

DappRadar has been a place to keep track of NFT sales and collections for a long time. But when the platform’s portfolio tracker came out in 2020, it gave users an easy way to keep an eye on their Ethereum wallets in real time.

Users can easily type in an ENS name or wallet address from the Ethereum, Binance, or Polygon chains and immediately see the token, NFT balance, and net worth of that wallet. The portfolio tracker isn’t very good when it comes to alerts and trade analytics, but it’s a useful tool for keeping track of individual portfolios because DeFi and NFT financial stats are easy to find.

Rainbow Wallet

Some people may be surprised to learn that Rainbow Wallet, which is one of the most popular Ethereum wallets in the NFT space, can also be used to keep track of your portfolio. Rainbow lets users add another collector’s Ethereum wallet address or ENS name to a watchlist, which shows the full contents of the wallet within the app.

Once added, the ENS name or account number will show up on the account balances screen under the dropdown menu. Users can see what coins are in a certain wallet, how much those coins are worth, what NFTs are in that wallet, and even its recent transaction history by moving back and forth between watchlist entries.

 

Trackers of Market Activity

This may seem obvious, but NFT marketplace activity pages are one of the best places to start following a specific collector or collection. Once you know the address of a particular wallet or token, you can type it into the search bar on OpenSea, LooksRare, Rarible, and other sites to see recent transactions linked to a blockchain identifier. Take, for example, this Bored Ape Yacht Club activity page or this screenshot of TheWeeknd’s wallet.

Even though the other tools on this list are more powerful and have more features, marketplace activity trackers are simple and useful tools that NFT collectors and traders sometimes forget about. Want to know quickly what kind of NFTs a person has been trading in the last 48 hours? Start with what they are doing in the market.

Also, read – The Top 10 Smart Contract Development Tools

 

Etherscan

Etherscan is last, but by no means least. Etherscan is without a doubt the most popular block explorer for the Ethereum blockchain. Anyone who is interested in, collects, or trades NFTs can benefit greatly from learning how to use it. With Etherscan, users can see exactly how the Ethereum blockchain works.

You can not only follow blocks as they are verified, but you can also follow token and wallet transactions in real-time. By typing an ENS name or 0x address into the search bar, you can find out a lot about which tokens and NFTs are held by that address and see the ledger of transactions linked to that address. Users can also work with NFT collections through Etherscan. Most importantly, users can mint a token directly from a smart contract instead of using a third-party service like a minting website.