All-in-one blockchain data aggregation site, CoinGecko, has added a sweet new collection tracker to its fleet of NFT tools. Now, NFT enthusiasts and curious minds alike can keep a beady eye on any prominent collections that have sparked their interest on both the web browser and in-app.
Through the hot new addition to its services, fans can now track their favorite NFT collections, or even keep tabs on ones they secretly loathe. Taking in a host of insightful details, such as floor price, market cap, number of owners, and 24-hour volume.
To get up and running is simple, just log into a CoinGecko account, navigate to a desired NFT collection, and click on the ‘add to NFT portfolio’ star. Once highlighted, users can then hover over ‘Portfolio’ in the navigation bar, click on ‘My NFTs’ and hey presto, they have a live feed of its current state of play.
Did you know that you can track floor prices of NFTs on the CoinGecko mobile app?
Try it today 👉 https://t.co/BWKbGVoH76
— CoinGecko (@coingecko) July 18, 2023
CoinGecko Continues to Innovate in the NFT Space
The new NFT portfolio adds an extra dimension to the CoinGecko platform, and backs up its existing floor price tracker. This previously released feature offers a deep dive into the price history of any NFT collection from inception, right up to the present day. While additionally providing users with information regarding its price in its native token, plus the respective value in $USD at the time.
So, as now marks arguably the most important time in NFT history to keep tabs on how those tokens fare, CoinGecko has provided the tools to do it!
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