NFT Floor Price Alerts, NFT Watchlist and Portfolio Tracking App – Coinwink NFT

Notice: Coinwink NFT has been discontinued.

Introducing Coinwink NFT – a free web app that helps you to track non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with NFT floor price alerts, NFT watchlist, and NFT portfolio.

The app supports NFT collections that are based on the Ethereum blockchain, and are available in the OpenSea marketplace. You can add new NFT collections to the app easily.

While the NFT market is not yet as big or active as the cryptocurrency market, it still has similar challenges: how to track different assets (NFT ERC-721 tokens VS coins or ERC-20 tokens) across different asset classes (NFT collections VS blockchains or project tokens), and how to automatically track the main value indicator of your assets (NFT floor price VS coin or token price).

Inspired by the Coinwink app design, architecture, and functionality, Coinwink NFT is helping NFT investors to automate the NFT market tracking in order to get important information easily, and without the need to spend a lot of time or effort.

This is achieved with the help of NFT Floor Price Alerts, and such tools as the NFT Watchlist and NFT Portfolio. Below these new Coinwink NFT features are explained in detail.

NFT Floor Price Alerts

Don’t waste time manually watching NFT orders on OpenSea. Automate this task with Coinwink NFT Floor Price Alerts.

No more need to actively wait for a collection’s floor price decrease, or for a blitz discount (e.g. a sell order 30% below market price). No more need to worry that you will miss your NFTs going “to the moon” when you are not actively watching them.

Similarly as Coinwink users are using crypto alerts to automatically track their cryptocurrency assets, with the Coinwink NFT floor price alerts you can track your chosen NFT collections, and receive alerts by email when your predefined floor price conditions are met.

Coinwink NFT floor price alerts are completely free. At any given moment, you can create and manage up to 100 alerts. These include both active and already activated (inactive) alerts. You can delete inactive or unnecessary alerts, and instead create new ones.

There are no limits on how many alerts you can receive.

The floor price data is updated and alerts are sent every minute.

NFT Portfolio

Coinwink NFT Portfolio is a tool that tracks individual NFTs from different NFT collections in one single and easy to access view.

You can use the Portfolio to track NFTs that you already own, or use it as an NFT wishlist, or a favorites list.

Coinwink NFT Portfolio is a free feature that you can start using right now!

To add an NFT to your portfolio, simply select the NFT collection, enter the NFT ID, and click the “Add” button.

In the portfolio, every NFT is shown with its image, links to OpenSea and the NFT collection, also the NFT collection’s current floor price, and some extra price data. The data is updated every minute.

Additionally, the last sale price is available for every NFT, and at the bottom, the total portfolio floor price and total portfolio last sale values are presented.

NFT Watchlist

While the Coinwink NFT app is tracking hundreds of NFT collections, it is natural that for you only a part of the whole list is important.

Using the NFT Watchlist, you can easily create a custom set of NFT collections, without the need to look for them one by one every time in the main big list.

The collections you are going to track can be either collections of NFTs that you are looking to buy, or collections of NFTs that you already own.

NFT Watchlist is a quick and simple way to get a bird’s eye view of the NFT market’s situation about NFT collections that are important to you.

The NFT Watchlist feature is free to use, so start building your watchlist right now!

NFT Collections

Coinwink NFT is tracking NFT collections that are available on the OpenSea marketplace, and are based on the Ethereum blockchain.

The collections list is open for new additions to every user, hence the list of supported collections keeps growing.

You can add a new NFT collection easily, just by entering its OpenSea slug (…/collection/slug) from the OpenSea collection URL in the NFT Collections view.

Coinwink NFT collections default view is presented as a list of top NFT collections by the biggest NFT projects.

When you click on an individual collection, you can find more data about it: general description, smart contract information, price and volume statistics, direct links to OpenSea and Gem marketplaces for every individual collection, etc.

The NFT App for You

Coinwink NFT is a completely free web app, and we plan to keep it this way. So sign up for a free Coinwink NFT account, and start tracking your NFTs right away!

Coinwink NFT is currently in early beta – it’s the first public release, and therefore there can be bugs, and some features are still missing or not yet fully polished.

We appreciate your feedback. Please send us bug reports or feature requests by email.

And finally, spread the word about Coinwink NFT. Thank you!

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NFT Alerts, Watchlist and Portfolio Tracking App

New Updates (Aug 2020)

First of all, thanks to everyone for the feedback.

The new Coinwink features are solutions to various little issues, recently mentioned by several people.

Most of the recent feedback was related to percentage alerts, local currencies, and the Matrix theme. The solutions are presented below.

Percentage alerts

A better percentage alerts reset (instead of re-creation) was requested by several users. These requests were unified into the below presented solution.

The set price is now visible and clickable (dashed underline). When clicked, the set price resets to the current price point.

Before, such price refresh required alert re-creation, and the set price was not visible at all.

Portfolio multiple-coin alerts range

As it was requested by a few users, you can now set portfolio alerts starting from 5% (before it was 10%).

Keep in mind that Portfolio alerts re-enable automatically, once in every 24h, so you can receive the maximum of 4 alerts in 24h for each coin in your portfolio.

Saving local currencies

Since it was requested by a few people, some improvements were made for international user experience.

The user’s selected currency is now saved automatically in the portfolio, watchlist, and when creating alerts under the cryptocurrencies dropdown list.

Additionally, in the watchlist, the Price column (which can be switched to Volume and Market Cap) is also automatically saved in the database for every individual user.

Also, return on investment (ROI) calculation can now be done in all supported currencies (USD, BTC, ETH, EUR, GBP, AUD, CAD, MXN, BRL, SGD, JPY), as before it was limited only to USD, BTC, ETH.

Matrix theme controls

Since it was a common request, it is now possible to control your Matrix theme’s background intensity and animation.

If you wish, using these controls, you can re-configure your Matrix theme to work as a basic dark theme with a black background.

That’s it for now. Thank you for reading.

Send us your feedback if you have any issues or ideas for upgrades or new features.

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Coinwink Matrix

SPOILER ALERT: Reading this article in advance might impact your actual Coinwink Matrix experience and you’ll receive a lower level of satisfaction. Similarly, like someone spoils a movie for you by telling how it ends.

That is why we strongly suggest first to experience the Matrix, and then return here to read the article.

In your Coinwink account, switch from Classic to Matrix, and you’ll see how deep the rabbit hole goes.

Or if you are in a hurry, take a quick look at the demo Portfolio with the Matrix theme that doesn’t require the account.

The CSS Wonderland

During the last month, a lot of front-end updates were made for Coinwink.

The previous CSS styles file was a big mess. Started almost 4 years ago, many styles were inlined or randomly smashed together with !important overwrites and without a structure.

To fix such a chaotic styles file it takes quite a lot of time. These are little fixes but they are time-consuming, and when they’re done, it seems that nothing has changed. Why so?

Because the changes are behind-the-scenes. For example, a bigger invisible click/tap area for buttons. The user doesn’t see or think that there is a difference, but she feels it intuitively.

“What you know you can’t explain, but you feel it.”
― Morpheus

All together, these little changes create a slick and smooth experience and make the web-app feel more like a native app.

What are these app-like changes, you might ask?

  • Disable zooming on mobile devices
  • Disable text/element selection on mobile devices
  • Create bigger invisible touch areas for clickable elements
  • Separate :hover and :active states on desktop and mobile devices
  • Minimize flickering
  • App icon for mobile devices, web app manifest, theme color etc.
  • Create custom form elements (inputs, drop-downs, buttons, checkboxes, etc.) with consistent style across all browsers
  • Styling scrollbars

And a few more tweaks here and there. Some of these things are implemented “out of the box” in most CSS frameworks, but Coinwink is not using a framework because similar frameworks often result in generic feel or enforce a specific style, and also increase the size of the app more than the custom CSS.

Additionally, during the recent updates, significant structural front-end changes were made. When looking from the outside, they are also invisible.

The new structure allows us to easily change styles, build new front-end features, and we can now create themes.

Introducing the new Matrix theme

The first theme built on the new Coinwink front-end structure is the Matrix.

“The Matrix is everywhere. It is all around us. Even now, in this very room.”
― Morpheus

From the conceptual point of view, the Matrix is another dimension of reality, or a simulation (if the reality itself is not a simulation). The concept has deep meanings across different cultures, and this infuses the Matrix theme with the story and symbolism.

“You take the red pill—you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.”
― Morpheus

A switch to Coinwink Matrix theme is animated and not instant. It creates the effect of a transition into a different dimension.

To experience the Matrix, switch the theme in your Coinwink account.

Crypto Alert view
Portfolio view
Watchlist view

Similar to other recent updates, Coinwink Matrix theme is extremely lightweight. When activated, it adds only around 20KB of size.

It’s the first theme – a showcase of new possibilities. The dynamic background is now probably too active, so in the near future, it will be possible to turn it off or make it less prominent.

More themes are planned for the future.

Above are presented Coinwink app mobile views. Coinwink works equally well on both desktop and mobile devices.

The Coinwink source code, including the Matrix theme, is available on our GitHub.

As usual, your feedback is appreciated!

Let us know what do you think about the new Matrix theme? What other themes and features you’d like to see in the future?

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New Updates and Features

A quick overview of the newly added Coinwink features for the beginning of the summer.

Drag & drop coin sorting

Drag and drop to change your watchlist coins order.

Re-ordering works on desktop, and on mobile (long tap to activate dragging).

This is possible because modern browsers are now capable to perform many different functions natively. Using the HTML5 dragging feature and this little library, the new drag & drop functionality adds only 2KB to the overall Coinwink app size. In the old days, it would have been at least 20x that size, and a complicated solution.

Extra data

Click the price column name to switch between Volume and Market cap views.

The numbers are formatted in millions. Such formatting allows showing both small (thousands) and big (billions) numbers in a unified and compact way. If having trouble reading the numbers, click the coin logo to open its CoinMarketCap page where the volume and market cap has the standard formatting.


Additionally, now the currencies are converted on the front-end. It means that there is no more need to send converted coin prices over the internet as the calculations are simple and can be done on the client-side. This saves more than 0.5 MB, and the loading speed is significantly faster.

The above Pingdom speed test is done from Frankfurt, Germany.

Bug fixes

Some portfolio bugs fixed: Return on Investment (ROI) calculation and percentage view should work smoothly now.

Your feedback

Coinwink is constantly growing and improving. More features are coming soon!

Send us your feedback to [email protected].

That’s it for now. Thank you for reading.