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Guide to the Collection Analytics page on Compass
Compass Collection Analytics Tutorial
The analytics tab within a collection in Compass provides valuable information for trading and investment decisions related to an NFT collection. In this guide, we'll explore how to navigate and interpret this data.
Once you've clicked into a collection, Compass will display information that stays constant regardless of the tab you're in within the collection. This includes the name, contract address, contract deployment date, token quantity in the collection, collection royalties, and whether it's revealed.
Reveal detection and status Compass automatically detects if a collection has started revealing by checking if the metadata of 5 random tokens is identical or not. This happens every five minutes if no one is subscribed to a reveal alert for the collection.
Tip: To get notified instantly on Discord/Telegram when a collection starts revealing, click on
to subscribe and select the channel you want to get notified on once the collection starts revealing. This way, you can start sniping underpriced tokens.
Add to watchlist The watchlist button adds the the collection to a watchlist. Learn more about watchlists here.
Good To Know: If you see a collection stuck at a partial reveal, click the
button to the far right. This will reinitiate the reveal detection on Compass
Good To Know: If you see a collection with no profile or cover picture, click the
button to the far right. This will refresh the images on Compass
Refresh Buttons: The
Button refreshes the token metadata pulled from the blockchain. This consists of the images of the tokens as well as the traits and their metadata.
button right below the “Refresh items” button refreshes the collection info pulled from OpenSea. This data consists of the cover image, collection description, links and royalty percentage.
The collection analytics page provides most of the trading-related information for a collection. There are two layouts: advanced and normal, both showing the same information in different ways.
On the analytics tab, you'll see:
- Floor price: The lowest price at which an NFT is listed for sale.
- Top Bid: The highest collection offer.
- Tokens listed: The number of tokens listed for sale from the collection.
- Percent listed: The percentage of the total supply listed for sale.
- Average price: The average price at which these NFTs are selling.
- 24h volume (ETH): The trading volume in Ethereum over the past 24 hours.
- 30d volume (ETH): The trading volume in Ethereum over the past 30 days.
Note: All metrics are pulled from across four marketplaces: Opensea, Blur, Looksrare and X2Y2
Hovering over the Ethereum values will display their equivalent in USD.
The Floor price chart displays the listed floor going back to the inception of the collection.
Below these charts is the Listings Distribution Chart. This bar graph displays the number of listings at each price point, providing a helpful visual on where most listings are priced. If you hover over the columns, the total listings display the total count of tokens listed on all marketplaces up until that price-point. The Listings Distribution chart updates in real time.
Tip: Adjust the price grouping increments to get a better view of the listing walls.a
Listings Distribution Chart
The Sales and Listings Chart provides visual data for your chosen period. Clicking on 'Sales' or 'Listings' will only show that specific data. You can filter outliers to exclude higher price purchases that may skew analytics. Both the Sales and Listings scatter plots update in real time
On the bottom of the Sales/Listings scatter plot you’ll see bars representing the count of sales/listings in that period.
Tip: Click on the Gear icon to color points by Rarity, Profit and loss, or Sale type.
Tip: Click and drag on the Sales/Listings scatter plot to adjust the zoom.
Sales/Listings scatter plot
Finally, there are two live feeds: Listings and Sales. Both can be sorted by date, price, and rarity. Listings are pulled in from OpenSea, Blur, X2Y2 and LooksRare, while sales are pulled in from the blockchain.
Listings with green dots are new listings while red dots represent listings whose price has been adjusted lower. Listings that have a pending transaction will have a yellow loading icon appear
Sales with a blue dot are filled listings while yellow dots are filled offers. Tip: Use filters to filter for listings/sales with specific Traits, prices and Rarity rank ranges.
The analytics tab is a versatile tool for various trading strategies, particularly swing trading, as it provides real-time updates on floor price, percent listed, volume, and new listings.
Note: Compass features a one-click buy feature. Clicking the green button will initiate a MetaMask transaction to purchase that NFT in one click.
By observing live listings and sales feeds, you can gauge if more listings are being added than sales, which may indicate price trends. Similarly, analyzing the Sales and Listings Chart can help predict price movements.
The Floor Price and Median Price Chart allows you to evaluate if your potential purchase is priced favorably compared to past prices. The Listings Distribution Chart then helps visualize how many sales need to occur before hitting a certain price point.
Tip: While the information provided by the analytics tab can greatly inform your trading decisions, remember that price movements aren't guaranteed.