Track your or any NFT wallet’s portfolio, trading history, total win flips and losses and a lot more.
NFT Tracker | Track Any Portfolio & Flip History
Step 1: Enter Wallet Address
Enter the wallet address you want to check then click the “Search” Button. Note: If a wallet has a lot of transaction history, it will take some time to load.
Step 2: History Vs Portfolio
Once the wallet loads, there are two options you can check: “History” and “Portfolio”
History: Shows the selected wallet’s activities for selling NFTs. It calculates the profit the wallet made in detail (entry price, exit price, profit, and HODL duration).
Portfolio: Shows where the selected wallet’s current NFTs stand in today’s market (24H volume, floor price, the quantity of owned NFT from each collection, CRT value, and buy cost).
Step 3: History
If you click history, you’ll access the following details about the NFTs you sold:
Entry Price: The price the selected wallet paid to buy or mint the NFTs.
Exit Value: The price the NFt was sold for in ETH.
Profit: Total amount of profit, calculated through the following formula: Total Amount of Profit = Entry price - Exit Value.
HODL Duration: For how long the wallet address holder owned the NFT before selling.
Summary Box: Shows the selected wallet’s total winning flips, losing flips, total spent, and total profit in ETH.
Step 4: Portfolio
If you click portfolio, you’ll access the following details about the NFTs you still hold:
24 Volume: Shows the total transactions made in the NFT collection in 24 hours. This reflects how much the NFT collection is receiving hype. “0” means no transactions were made.
Floor Price: Lowest amount you can pay for an NFT in a collection.
Owned: Quantity of owned NFT from the same collection.
CRT value: Reflects the Current Value of your NFTs. How it’s calculated: CRT = Floor Price x Number of NFTs you own.
Buy cost: The amount you bought the NFT for. “0” indicates it was a free mint, and you only paid the gas price.
Summary box: Shows the number of total owned NFTs, owned collections, total spend, and the minimum value. The minimum value is the sum of the NFTs’ floor prices.