Analyze NFT ecosystem trends with easy to use schemas.
Our NFT schemas includes mints, trades and trades_with.

NFT Trades

NFT trades provide aggregate and marketplace-specific trades from indexed marketplaces and protocols. The majority of these tables are included in ethereum.nfts.trades
The NFT trades table includes the following coverage on top of basic trades data:
  1. 1.
    Marketplace Aggregators
    • NFT trades routed via Gem and Genie are labeled in all trade-related tables, enabling easy aggregator-level analytics.
  2. 2.
    NFT AMMs:
    • Swaps via Sudoswap and details about the NFTs involved, all rolled up into an easy-to-use table.
  3. 3.
    OTCs NFT:
    • NFT Trader p2p OTC NFT swaps.
What is the difference between an NFT marketplace and a protocol?
  • An NFT marketplace is a platform for users to buy, sell or trade their NFTs. Examples of NFT marketplace include OpenSea, Rarible, LooksRare, and X2Y2.
  • An NFT marketplace protocol is the underlying smart contract and framework facilitating the sales and trades of NFTs in the marketplace.
    • A marketplace can upgrade or change its underlying protocol over time. One example is OpenSea upgrading from Wyvern to Seaport protocol.
    • Additionally, new or existing NFT marketplaces can choose to fork existing protocols for their platform.

NFT Mints

NFT mints table provides enriched data on on-chain NFT mints.
The aggregated mints table contains standard and contract-specific mints (e.g. Seadrop, NewCloneTicker, etc) enriched with minting currency and cost in USD denomination. Non-ETH mints are also indexed in our current model.
Mints associated with a particular platform (e.g., zora, opensea) are labeled whenever possible.

NFT+ Flags

Identify meaningful NFT transaction volumes. Our curated w_flagsmodel for trades and mints allows analysts to filter out inorganic NFT volumes contributed by wash trades, defi-related mints, and delisted volumes.
Read more about it at NFT+ Flags
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