To play NFT well, you must understand these tools

NFT is a rapidly developing track, and many projects are released every day. At the same time, various supporting infrastructures of NFT are being gradually developed and improved. This article is a collection of new high-quality tool projects with better user experience and newly launched by William M. Peaster, author of the Metaversal section of Bankless. Rhythm translates the full text as follows.

An article I wrote last year about a list of NFT tools was very popular.

However, now six months have passed, during which time many new projects have flourished in this ecosystem.

Therefore, in this article, I have re-organized some newly born NFT tools, hoping that everyone can understand them.

This is not a comprehensive inventory type article, and some of the projects are not new. However, they can present all kinds of NFTs in front of us, which is very easy to use.

analyzing tool

Flips: An analysis tool for NFTs that tracks cancellations, floor prices, and transaction volumes.

To play NFT well, you must understand these tools

Nansen: An all-in-one DeFi and NFT data analytics platform that is effective at identifying the surge in activity around new NFT projects. Nansen has a 7-day free trial period, as well as public boards such as Gas Tracker.

building platform

Artiva: Build your own NFT platform without programming knowledge.

Dework: Self-proclaimed “Web3 native version of Trello”, a collaborative office tool for NFT teams.

Drips: A protocol designed to boost recurring revenue, allowing anyone to generate ongoing revenue using subscriptions and NFT memberships.

To play NFT well, you must understand these tools

Midwit: It can generate UI for any smart contract address, which is a new way to provide NFT minting services without building a website.

MultiRaffle: This is an attempt to distribute NFTs optimized for fairness and efficiency. Check out this guide to learn more.


DAO.NEW: A custom open source tool for launching a DAO through membership-based NFTs.

Tally: A governance Kanban system that added support for NFT DAOs late last year.

To play NFT well, you must understand these tools


Charged Particles: A protocol that lets people deposit ERC-20s or NFTs into NFTs. For example, you can use this infrastructure to make NFT packages.

NFTX Inventory Staking: A new mechanism for the NFT liquidity protocol NFTX that allows people to earn benefits by simply staking their NFTs rather than being a liquidity provider.

Explore and socialize

Context: An application that allows you to follow the movements of other people or groups of Ethereum wallets.

Hyype: NFT knowledge and community hub, great for creating stories around your NFTs and following other like-minded collectors.

Watchtower: A website for tracking events and trends across the NFT ecosystem, with features like custom boards.


LandWorks: A virtual land NFT leasing platform; currently supports Decentraland parcels.


Manifold Studio: A protocol for deploying creator-owned NFT smart contracts. It can now be set up via OpenSea.

To play NFT well, you must understand these tools

Showtime: An NFT platform with free minting capabilities on Polygon.


Rarity Guide: An analysis and rarity query website focused on Art Blocks NFTs.

Rarity Sniper: An analysis center for the rarity of NFT features. 

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