November 28, crypto analytics platformNansen announces that Nansen 2 has entered public beta, new features and functions include faster loading, personalized experience functions, on-chain data changes, smart search, and filtering, grouping, and tracking specific wallets.
The standard Nansen Dashboard is below and includes search, Signals, Smart Money movements, stablecoins and exchange flows for ETH.
Nansen 2 has a new My Dashboard module, which allows users to add subcategories under each module to the Dashboard for easy viewing.
For example, Nansen 2s Profiler supports analysis and query of specific addresses. It is also subdivided into modules such as asset changes, asset details, net profit and loss, and similar addresses. Users can add multiple minimal modules to the Dashboard for daily viewing and comparison.
Official document: Important changes in tokens and NFTs on the Ethereum network. Signals are generated when there is unusual activity. Updates are made hourly until the signal decays to an unimportant level. Its categories include:
DEX fund flow
Create a new wallet fund flow
CEX Fund Flow
Smart Money Fund Flow
Changes in NFT trading volume
NFT Mint changes
AI-powered Smart Search
Official documentation: Search for anything on Nansen, or find answers quickly by simply asking.
The following interface is an official example of questions, and answers can be found through natural language questions.
Test Case 1 - Holder Query
A combination of question 1 and question 2 of the example was tested: “who are the top holders of BAYC (BAYC’s top holders)”, however the answer Nansen pointed to pointed to the token.
Adding the word NFT at the end of the article, the three answers given by Nansen are still not BAYC issued by Yuga, but other NFTs with similar names.
Finally, add the $ symbol before BAYC to search for the corresponding NFT series, and the word NFT still needs to be added at the end of the article, otherwise the search result will be empty.
Test case 2 - NFT query based on transaction volume
The query question this time is NFTs with daily trading volume exceeding 100 ETH (NFTs with daily trading volume exceeding 100 ETH), and the feedback result is the transaction status of ETH.
Test Case 3 - Wallet Query
The query question this time is wallet of Justin Sun (Sun Yuchens wallet address), and the query result is empty.
From the above test results, it can be initially seen that Nansen 2 has a poor understanding of natural language and is closer to searching for keywords.
Official Documentation: Smart Classification provides a new way to generate wallet lists based on criteria you define, so you can display and track the crypto/NFT wallets that are important to you. These categories can be easily identified or filtered on the form.
Currently Nansen 2 supports filtering by token holdings, NFT holdings and NFT transactions.
For example, you can choose an address that holds 1,000 WETH and more than 5 BAYC:
Currently, Nansen 2, as an independent site, is not completely consistent with Nansen 1. Many functions still need to be migrated, including Gas Tracker, DeFi Paradise, Token Paradise, Entities and many other functions.
On the other hand, part of this Nansen 2 update is an update on ease of use, which is not particularly critical. The most important part of the AI search is not satisfactory according to the current preliminary test, but Nansen is also releasing Nansen 2 Announced at the time, more exciting new features are already being developed, and core functions in all aspects still need to be improved.