Basic access: Hundreds of upcoming and trending NFTs all curated to ensure they pass our "red flag" tests. The latest curated NFT and crypto news. The best available tutorials on NFTs on the web. A beginner section that answers many common NFT questions.
Follow us on Twitter: No login required, just follow us on Twitter, enter your twitter id via the menu, and click/press the checkbox. (It can take up to 12 hours for us to see that you are following us, due to limitations of the Twitter API.) We'll add drills on each collection with a Twitter follower grade, discord rating, website rating, and our opinions. You will also get early whitelist access, as well as NFT and coin giveaways.Be involved in our Discord server (coming soon): Everything you get on the Twitter tier plus drills into analysis, curate and access data from the site, add comments, your own rankings, get even more early access to whitelists and giveways.
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Twitter plan plus drills into analysis, curate and access data from the site, add comments, your own rankings, get even more early access to whitelists and giveways.
While we are starting in the space, we are offering free listing on our site, free retweets, will randomly feature collections, and will flag some collections with our "WOW!" flag. Just follow us on twitter and fill out the get listed form. Do it while we build our followers. Our intention is to attract new users to the space with mainstream advertising, as well as advertising on Twitter.
If you are building a following on Twitter, be careful of purchasing retweets, tweets, and likes. There are accounts with many followers that offer services, but you may end up with not much for what you end up paying. So, RESEARCH all the accounts that will inevitably offer their services.
Is your collection shown on this site, and you don't agree with or like our grades? Send us a message saying what you don't like, and we can review or remove your collection.
Evaluating secondary market data requires time and effort. Our group focuses more on finding value in upcoming collections,
as we feel that many new collections have more utility, cool art, committed communities, and great teams.
That being said, we know of many people whose success has been based on diligent research of secondary sales.
There are at least 50 websites that provide data and analytics for secondary sales NFTs. Some focus on rarity, others on what's hot, others on what the big collectors are buying. Some provide all that data. There are free and paid sites. Most of the subscription sites have a free tier. If you have patience, browse the open source analytics on Dune. Lots of good stuff there. When using a free tier, you need to take care, as sometimes the data isn't fresh. Even on paid sites we have used, their data refreshes are behind. Even a couple of minutes behind on this data can be a huge difference. We have used a number of these tools, but always just return to looking at the raw data on the blockchains. We are in the process of building a database in order to provide ourselves a succinct look at the data. Analysis of that data will be available here in the 3rd quarter of 2022. In the meantime, here are a few links to sites that provide a free tier of data analytics.
Watch here for our giveaways - starting July 28th!
For twitter we analyze the followers, looking for bots, known purchased followers, followers with no activity, etc. We also review the
creator's tweets and activity. We process this data weekly when more than a week out, daily when close to mint.
The website grade is based on how original it is, how much effort went into it, whether its an obvious clone, and if it works.
The Discord grade is based on the Discord server setup, the involved members, and creator involvement.
Doxxed is tough. If it is obvious, it will be Y for yes. If they're kinda doxxed, it will be P for partial. N means we could not identify the team.
Our overall grade takes into account the above grades, plus our general feeling for the art, any utility, and our guts.
Use our grades as a starting point and research as much as you can. There are collections we have graded as a C that have caught fire.
Due to the limitations of the Twitter API it may take up to 24 hours to get access.