5 Tools for Tracking Collectors & Trades

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Things move fast in the NFT space. It’s no secret that keeping up with mint dates, project reveals and timed auctions is a difficult and sometimes near-impossible task. Though keeping up with collectors, launches and large-scale trades can sometimes be even harder, there are a few companies that have built entire tool suites to help with the process.

Considering a single trade from a crypto or NFT whale can at times make or break the trajectory of an entire collection or coin, being able to keep up with large-scale events has become an important skill within the non-fungible ecosystem. But tracking an OpenSea account and Discord announcements can only get you so far, so we’ve compiled an evolving list of services that can help enthusiasts of any level track collectors and trades.


Want to be the first to know when the hottest projects are minting or revealing?

How about when the biggest whales and influencers ape into a new project?

Get a LIFETIME license (unlimited alerts) for Ninjalerts web and mobile apps


— NFT Alerts by Ninjalerts.com (@ninjalerts) November 2, 2021

Ninjalerts is a promising new player among the few crypto and NFT tracking services available. At only a few months old, the platform allows users to identify specific contract or wallet addresses and get notified when there’s an event on either front.

Users can receive push notifications on their phones at the exact moment minting starts, NFT reveals happen, or whales and influencers make their next move. One of the best parts about Ninjalerts is that those interested in its services can purchase a lifetime license to the mobile and web app in the form of an NFT on the company’s official OpenSea storefront.


Unique addresses holding Axies @AxieInfinity is now more than 2.5M 😲 and its 24H trading volume is 6,698 ETH ($31.8M), almost 9x of BAYC and 12x of CryptoPunks. #PlayToEarnpic.twitter.com/CGh3A0VrbK

— NansΞn (@nansen_ai) November 12, 2021

Nansen is an analytics platform that combines on-chain data with a massive and constantly growing database containing millions of wallet labels. Nansen offers tools such as wallet profilers, smart alerts, even top holder and token distribution information and more via its suite of user-friendly dashboards.

Although a little pricey (as many of these services tend to be), Nansen goes beyond tracking collectors and trades, giving users options such as downloadable data, exclusive insights and reports, live DEX trade updates and more. As a platform that’s been around for more than a year now, Nansen seems to be one of the most popular choices among NFT analytics services.


is that an update to the home page I see ??? 👀 pic.twitter.com/fT8b6Ceyua

— icy.tools – nft tracking 🧊 (@icy_tools) November 12, 2021

Icy.tools is a service that went live in 2021 and features plenty of great analytics tools. The platform lets users track floor prices, volume and sale history as well as find trending projects and more.

Many services on the Icy.tools platform are free, with premium features unlockable for a relatively affordable monthly fee. The company’s voice also feels very aligned with the ethos of the NFT community, making it a popular choice among NFT maximalists.

DappRadar Portfolio Tracker

We now track #BSC NFT collections on our portfolio tracker.@PancakeSwap#PancakeBunnies#PancakeSquad

Try it out: https://t.co/wiORGyFSlEpic.twitter.com/gEKJD3zxE8

— DappRadar (@DappRadar) November 7, 2021

DappRadar has long been a hub for tracking NFT collections and sales data. But with the 2020 rollout of its portfolio tracker, the platform upgraded its offerings to include a simple way to monitor Ethereum wallets in real time.

Users can easily enter an ENS name, Etherum or Binance wallet address, and immediately see that wallet’s token and NFT balance and net worth. The portfolio tracker is relatively limited as far as notifications and trade analytics, but its usage, DeFi and NFT financial stats are all incredibly useful tools in tracking individual portfolios.

Rainbow Wallet

reminder: you can watch someone else’s wallet using Rainbow by tapping “Add an existing wallet” and entering their @ensdomains name or address

👀 pic.twitter.com/xcNssyEN88

— Rainbow (@rainbowdotme) May 10, 2021

One of the most popular Ethereum wallets in the NFT space does double duty by offering a way to track collectors and trades. By simply entering in another collector’s specific wallet address or ENS name, Rainbow allows users to add the account to a watchlist, displaying the wallet’s full contents.

Once added, the ENS name or account number will show up under the dropdown menu found on the account balances screen. By navigating back and forth between watchlist entries, users can see what coins are in a specific wallet, the value of the coins, the NFTs in that wallet and even recent transaction history.

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