Ledgible's NFT suite serves as a repository for all NFTs uploaded to Ledgible on blockchain addresses or via API-connected sources. The aim of the suite is to provide easy visibility into the different NFT collections contained within your account, as well as information pertaining to the value of the NFTs, estimated gains and losses on the NFTs, and more. This article will take users through the NFT suite as well explain the different available data points.
- The NFT suite will begin by displaying a chart showing your NFT portfolio allocation (the value of the different collections contained within your crypto sources). On the left, users will have an insight into the total value of the NFT collections, the floor prices of the NFTs, and the estimated gains or losses for the NFTs. Clicking each of these categories will reveal additional related data in the chart.
- To the right of the chart, users will be able to view the different collections and their respective values, floor prices, or gains and losses depending on which option is selected to the right .
Please note that the chart also contains additional information when hovering the mouse over a collection allocation. Additional data includes the name of the collection, the number of NFTs in the collection, the acquisition cost for the collection, and the percentage of your portfolio taken up by the collection.
- Beneath the chart section of the NFT suite, you will be able to view the different NFTs on the account. For each NFT, Ledgible will display the name of the NFT, the name of the collection, the crypto source it is located in, the acquisition date and acquisition cost, the floor price of the NFT and the estimated unrealized gain or loss. The token type will be shown in the upper-right corner of each NFT.
- Clicking an NFT will show additional information such as the chain the NFT has been transacted on, the NFT token type and ID, and the related contract address from which the NFT was received. There will also be links to the contract address within the block explorer, as well as a link to the wallet address the NFT is located on within the block explorer.
- If you would like to only view NFTs from a specific collection or data source, you can select these options by using the filters located at the top of the page. Users can also search for specific NFTs, change the sorting method and change the display method using the options located above the NFT display section.
- Separately there is a an option to view NFTs from within a specific data source: head to the crypto sources tab, select the source you would like to view the NFTs on, and head to the NFT tab to view the NFTs contained within that specific source.
- This tab within the crypto source contains similar data as in the NFT suite, as well as a link under View Source Info to the OpenSea page related to the NFT selected.
For all NFTs, Ledgible will track gains and losses from acquisition to disposal. For any additional questions related to NFTs, please do not hesitate to contact the Ledgible support team!