Seadvisor is an NFT rarity tool app, created by us from scratch. It was designed for beginners and experienced NFT holders, to support the automation of NFT management processes and collector’s strategies. The solution, based on blockchain technology, allows users to receive information about all the most important data, connected with NFT. These include e.g. ranks, activity charts and dates of mints or reveals.
Our client, who is a member of the NFT holders community, noticed the missing functionalities from the existing NFT rarity solutions. Before starting the cooperation, the first analysis of possible solutions was created. The analysis was divided into 2 areas - functionalities that need improvement and those that need to be designed from scratch.
Most of the existing solutions offer very limited functions, and the ranks of revealed collections are often visible with a long delay. For some NFT collectors' strategies, it is essential to analyse the collections so much faster than others. This allows them to acquire the unique NFTs at a low floor, before others know their value. Therefore, the NFT collectors need tools that allow them to obtain the data as fast as possible.
Due to the dynamic changes taking place in the NFT market, we’re constantly developing the application and adapting it to the new expectations of collectors. We’ve already created a tool to support the automation of NFT strategies, but we’re still working on its additional enhancements.
In the first stage of the development, we focused on implementing the basic functionalities identified as necessary by the community. The app includes collection listings, rankings, calendars, activity charts and notifications. In order to manage the data that appears in them, the admin, member and subscriber accounts have been created. There are some plans to add additional features such as an advanced analytics panel and increased automation of user-side activities in the future.
calendars, containing current dates of whitelists, mints and reveals connected with the most popular collections.
Technologies used during the development process