NFT Inspect Unveils Chrome Extension
NFT Inspect launched a new Chrome browser extension for tracking NFTs used as Twitter profile pictures, according to a report from CoinDesk.
- Twitter NFT Search tool: provides users the ability to analyze how an NFT is used on Twitter, either as a profile picture or shared tweet.
- Wallet address analysis: the tool can crawl through publicly-available blockchain data to reveal how any NFT in a wallet is used.
- Rarity traits display: the extension can present unique characteristics of individual NFTs.
- Recognized blockchains: Ethereum, Polygon, and Solana.
This NFT Inspect Chrome extension offers real-time data on popular NFT collections frequently used as PFPs on Twitter.
The Twitter NFT Search tool, which is also available in beta as a web version, lets users explore the different ways an NFT appears on Twitter. This includes its use as a profile picture or as a tweet. Moreover, the tool can analyze wallet addresses, display rarity traits, and is available for Ethereum, Polygon and Solana blockchains.
❗Why It Matters
In a market so impacted by "community strength," the ability to monitor social presence and activity on web3's most active social platform (Twitter) presents an interesting set of data and metrics to follow as the market matures and more data is available. Thus far though, the social data seemingly has little impact on the price of assets.
However, we noticed a lack of comprehensive tools that could harness the power of Twitter and provide users with a complete solution for tracking, analyzing and engaging with the crypto and NFT ecosystem.Oliver Cohen, President of NFT Inspect to CoinDesk
In the future, we may see NFT Inspect expanding their tool to recognize other blockchains and support a wider range of file types, further enhancing its functionality and user experience.
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