NFT Aggregators

An NFT aggregator is a platform that consolidates the inventory of several NFT marketplaces. Aggregation is a new and very fast-growing segment of the market. Traders buy NFTs directly from the aggregator. Think of it like a stock market just for NFTs. Buy, watch the trends, source intelligence, then sell at the right time.

 

Most  aggregators:

  • provide advanced data analytics
  • cater for investors
  • focus on top-selling collections
  • facilitate bulk transactions
NFTrade NFT marketplace in NFT Directory
NFTrade

A creator can launch independently on a range of marketplaces on Avalanche, BNB Chain, Ethereum, Moonbeam and Polygon.  NFTrade then captures the information and displays it for trading on their marketplace. Peer-to-peer (P2P) swaps are supported via escrow technology.

NFTrade NFT marketplace in NFT Directory
Gem

Gem has excellent NFT analytics that are very useful for investors. It aggregates NFTs from OpenSea, LooksRare, Rarible and X2Y2. Gem released their beta version in December 2021. Less than five months later the company was acquired by OpenSea.

NFTrade NFT marketplace in NFT Directory
NFTGo

NFTGo is an NFT data aggregation platform. They slice and dice NFT metrics, including a list of the current top marketplaces by trading volume. There is a Drops Calendar for those who want to know and their own NFT trading component will go live soon.

NFTrade NFT marketplace in NFT Directory
Genie

Genie was the first NFT market aggregator when it commenced in August 2021. Buyers can purchase multiple NFTs from multiple Ethereum based markets in a single transaction. These include OpenSea, Rarible, Lava Labs, NFTX, NFT20. It was acquired by Uniswap in June 2022.

NFTrade NFT marketplace in NFT Directory
Flip

Flip is still in beta so there is much more to come. The stylish interface has a personalized feel to it. Quirky features include the ability to follow a wallet or a specific NFT by adding them to your Flip Feed. Flip even aggregates inventory from other aggregators (!).

 

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