8 Tools You Should Be Checking As An NFT Collector

Learn how Stillio can help you with your NFT collection.

The rise of NFTs is pretty evident. As you navigate through this new era of investments, you will need trustworthy tools to help you through the entire process.

Here is a selection of NFT tools that you can keep at hand, from discovery and tracking tools for NFTs to analysis and evaluation.

1. Opensea.io

You have probably heard about Opensea since it is one of the most popular NFT tools out there. It has combined analytics, NFT tracking tools, and trading- all on the same site! This is why Opensea defines itself as “the NFT marketplace with everything for everyone”. On the homepage, you can see trending collections as well as recent drops.

You also have the option to go through the different NFT collections and check out the price and trading history for each one. Additionally, you can even upload and sell your own NFTs without worrying about the technical aspects of the blockchain.

Opensea’s Stats page lets you browse through the top NFTs of the platform that can be filtered according to chain and category. In case you have doubts regarding Opensea’s features, you can simply head over to their resources center which will answer all your questions.

2. Etherscan.io

Etherscan.io is a block explorer and analytics platform for Ethereum. Here, you can view and look for any transaction, token, or contract in real-time by simply pasting an identifier on the search bar. It is one of the most popular NFT tracking tools for Blockchain, which can also help you detect any kind of suspicious behavior. 

You can even check the gas fees paid by other NFT buyers. Since this affects the profitability of a scale, it can be a useful tool. However, Etherscan is not a trading platform, so there’s no wallet. It is only a database of Ethereum information.

If you need any confirmation or status of any information or transaction, or if you would like to find a certain contract, Etherscan is the perfect option for you.

3. Rarible

Similar to Opensea, Rarible is a platform that gives you all you need to sell, buy and trade NFTs. It currently supports Ethereum, Flow, and Tezos.

It is a huge catalog of tokens with verified creators, so you know your purchases are legal and legit. You can even create your NFTs without the need to learn how to code.

Rarible has recently added a multi-wallet feature that lets you manage all your wallets in different Blockchains in the same place. This update was written on their blog, a great resource for all things NFTs.

4. Nansen

Nansen is a leading platform of Blockchain analysis. If you’re looking for information related to transactions between wallets on the Blockchains, this is the right place for you. Named after Fridtjof Nansen, it combines on-chain data with a constantly growing database of millions of wallet labels that they feed with their algorithms, team investigations, user submissions, and more. 

With all this information, the platform builds dashboards for users to keep a track of what’s happening on the blockchain in real life. You can track hot NFT collections, NFT trading, exchange balances, and top holders. It also has a Wallet Profilizer which lets you track all your wallet activities and analyze the behavior of crypto investors.

It supports Ethereum and Polygon but also partially supports Binance Smart Chain and Fantom. Like many other platforms, Nansen is slightly pricey ($399 per quarter) but some of the features like NFT Paradise and NFT Indexes can be used for free.

5. Icy.tools

If you’re suffering from FOMO, Icy.tools is here to help you out by giving you hot NFTs right out of the oven. This platform aims at providing you with all the info necessary for you to make your next purchase, like live floor prices, volume, and history on any collection, wallet, or mint.

It even features a Wallet Analysis, where you can get the full mint, buy, and sell history of any wallet in real-time and analyze its full portfolio. Its Token Breakdown also lets you detect rarities. For real time updates, curated feeds, custom alerts, and more, you can upgrade to Icy Tools’ premium plan.

6. Dapp Radar

Dapp Radar gives NFT collectors a snapshot of the most popular NFT collections and sales, as well as DeFi, gaming, and gambling Dapps. The interesting feature here is the portfolio valuation.

Using Dapp Radar, you will be able to estimate the net worth of your wallet, its evolution, and go through the information about each individual project you invested in. It even lets you swap tokens by connecting your wallet so that you don’t have to use any other platform. The best part? It’s 100% free!

7. Zapper

Zapper is another NFT portfolio management platform. You can either connect your wallet or search for one to see its value. When you connect your wallet, you get a snapshot of the portfolio, its net worth, and composition. It has a history tab that shows you every transaction that you have made, along with the date, time, amount, and gas fees.

The NFT tab here shows you your assets, the floor prices, and estimated values. You can bridge and directly exchange tokens via Zapper, while keeping an eye on other wallets.

8. Rarity.tools

Rarity is one of the most important aspects of any NFT’s value, so you will definitely need a rarity identifier tool. Here is where Rarity.tools comes in. It ranks generative art and collective NFTs by rarity. Using this information, you will be able to understand how rare a particular NFT is within their collection, so you can compare the values of individual NFTs.

This information keeps updating in real-time, and you can filter this by date, price, or more. You can check existing collections like CryptoChicks, Bored Ape Yacht Club, or Cool Cats, as well as upcoming projects. The latter indicates when new NFTs will be for sale, and you can submit your own collection with a 2 ETH cost.

How to track these tools using Stillio?

Now that you have 8 new tools to help you in your NFT journey, you can start checking them all out! But it’s a tedious process, going through each one manually to check a transaction, the evolution of your wallet, or the price of your favorite token collection. Luckily, Stillio is here to help accelerate this process.

With Stillio you can automate screenshots for each of these tools, updated daily, weekly or monthly, even up to 5 minutes for the best plan. You can take screenshots of particular searches for a transaction or of your entire portfolio analytics, and save them directly to your Dropbox or Google Drive for a quick snapshot. You can check Stillio whenever you want and the info will be there.

You can also set email notifications when a new screenshot is available, so you can get the information in time.

Pricing starts at $29 for daily screenshots of 5 URLs. Want to know more about crypto and ethereum tracking with Stillio? Read our Crypto Snapshot Guide.

Conclusion

The complicated world of NFTs can be made much simpler if you have the right tools at hand. If you wish to know more about NFT tracking with Stillio, book a free demo!

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