Who’s got the biggest NFT whale bags? Build this week’s NFT Whale Watcher and find out!
The NFT Whale Watcher premiere touches down Saturday 02/07/2022 on the Moralis YouTube channel. Like and subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out on future projects!
All the steps in the docs below will be covered in the video.
- Some developing experience and use of an IDE like VS Code
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Earning Your Whale Watcher NFT and Next Steps
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Now, on to this week’s project!
NFT Whale Watcher – Getting Started
In this exciting project, you’ll learn to leverage Moralis to accomplish some on-chain analysis. We’ll be delving into wallets that hold large amounts of top NFT collections like BAYC, Moonbirds, and Azuki.
First, we’ll cover how to effectively use the Moralis Web3 API and write Node JS scripts, then top it off by building a beautiful React application to present your findings.
The starter code required for this week’s build can be cloned from the following GitHub Repository. Make sure to navigate into a folder where you would like to save the project, and type the following commands in the terminal.
In the repository, you should find four folders (app, server, cf & stats) which you’ll work in during different phases of the tutorial.