I believe that many people look forward to this summer as the summer of DeFi 2.0, and it turns out to be the summer of NFT!
However, now that there are endless new projects in the NFT ecosystem, it is not easy for everyone to keep up with the pulse of their development!
But don’t worry. The way to overcome this challenge is to borrow the right tools and services to quickly analyze the NFT data you want to know and use the NFT project.
In this article, I will introduce some useful NFT resources and tools that I have discovered recently.
NFT Summer Featured Tools
CryptoSlam! — NFT market analysis service, which can track NFT transaction activities on Ethereum, Polygon, Ronin, Flow and other chains
DeGenData.io — I wrote an article about DeGenData.io in Metaversal before. This NFT analysis service can help users easily search for detailed data on popular items such as CryptoPunks , Bored Apes Yacht Club, VeeFriends, etc.
niftyriver.io — a newly emerging NFT market analysis platform that can be used to track the hourly NFT sales of the OpenSea platform
Base price update
wgmi.io — The site is named after the meme “We’re Gonna Make It”, which helps users easily track the daily reserve price changes of dozens of popular NFT projects.
nftpricefloor.com — Similar to wgmi.io, this website provides resources for analyzing daily changes in the NFT reserve price.
Zeneca_33’s reserve price update — NFT writer Zeneca_33 provides daily reserve price updates for some popular NFT projects on Twitter; if users want to analyze market trends over a period of time, this is a must-read content!
The picture shows the daily updates of @Zeneca_33. The data in the chart includes the name of the NFT project, total supply, casting price, yesterday/today’s reserve price, price changes within 24 hours, and quantity on sale.
New project tracking
rarity.tools Upcoming NFT Sales — rarity.tools mainly provides services for collectors who want to analyze the rarity of NFT collection items. But there is also a great part of the website (the upcoming NFT sales) so that users can keep track of the upcoming NFT casting events in time.
NFT Gas Station — This website was created by tech0ptimist to help users compare the current ETH gas price of the most popular NFT platform on Ethereum
raribleanalytics.com Live Gas dashboard — This resource can help users view the current gas cost of various activities on the Rarible platform.
Wallet management + tracking
NFTBank.ai — Smart NFT portfolio management service, which can help NFT users analyze their NFT inventory
Rainbow — a mobile Ethereum wallet that allows users to easily track their DeFi and NFT activities on a single App.
Zapper-Ethereum wallet dashboard, used to manage users’ DeFi and NFT positions.
Sudoswap — a peer-to-peer (P2P) protocol for trading “ERC20/721/1155 token collection”.
NFT Trader — P2P NFT trading protocol used to exchange token combinations.
swap.kiwi — Another user-friendly NFT exchange protocol
(Translator’s Note: ECN has added the following more popular platforms)
OpenSea — NFT casting and trading platform
SuperRare — NFT trading platform
Mintable — NFT casting and trading platform
Immutable X — the first Layer 2 NFT platform
Discord Nitro — With so many NFT community events held on Discord, it’s worth considering the advantages Nitro offers, as they improve the overall user experience of this app.
PartyBid — Created by PartyDAO, this is a new decentralized product for group bidding on NFTs.
Awesome Metaverse — A huge repository full of metaverse resources compiled by the metaverse expert Jin.
The Open Metaverse OS — an extensive research report on the contemporary possibilities of the metaverse prepared by the Outlier Ventures network.
awesomepolygon.com NFT + Gaming section — NFT and game project library running on Polygon’s PoS sidechain
NFT Vault 101
The NFT vault is a metaphor for an Ethereum address, which is set up to safely promote the long-term storage of NFTs.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution for creating your own NFT vault, because any vault depends on a combination of resources and defense strategies. However, the basic NFT vault has some core elements that are shared. These elements include:
Suppose something unspeakable happened and your house was burned down. Take away the most important paper backup of your NFT vault private key. Make sure to have multiple backups elsewhere to ensure that your NFT can be retrieved in the face of disasters or more dangerous situations.
Your vault is safe only if the private key is safe. Therefore, to establish an NFT vault system, the most important point is that only you and the people you trust can access the stored private key backups.
Accessibility brings certain privacy difficulties, yes, but in the NFT ecosystem, a lot of things can happen within 5 days, even more so for more than 5 years. Although your NFT vault is rigorously set up, has high enough accessibility, can trade and transfer at any time, and provides very good flexibility, you may not need to interact with your NFT vault frequently.
Recommendations for creating an NFT vault
If you store the backup of the private key of the NFT vault at home, please use a fireproof and waterproof storage container. This will protect your key backup from basic flood and fire accidents. These containers are also suitable for other backups, such as your backup at a relative’s house.
Only save the vault key backup as offline storage, and put it in a place with very strong security guarantee. At the very least, renting a safe is the least feasible option.
Use hardware wallets from vendors like Ledger and GridPlus as the secure terminal for your vault. These specialized “cold” wallets reduce the risk of a series of attack vectors used by hackers to steal NFTs from online “hot” wallets, and make it easier to interact securely with your vault.
Consider using a multi-signature solution, such as Gnosis Safe, so that any outgoing NFT transaction requires confirmation from multiple addresses.
Consider using an ENS domain name as your vault address, such as “yourvault.eth”. Then you can enter the ENS App and connect your ENS domain name with your email, Twitter personal information, etc. This will make it easier for you and others to interact with your vault, so that people who want to conduct NFT transactions can contact you (remember, only through P2P dapp transactions.
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