Our Smart Money dashboard tracks the activity of prolific traders.
This video introduces our smart money dashboard. Smart money refers to wallets that are very active and prolific. Specifically, this would be any wallet that is considered a fund, smart LP, flash boy, or whale. For a more comprehensive understanding of these labels, please refer to Nansens document on wallet labels.
Up here at the right corner, you can specify which smart money labels you would like to view. When you don't touch the filter box at all, the dashboard will account for all smart money labels.
First thing that you see on this dashboard are DEX trades made by smart money wallets within the last 24 hours.
The next chart shows token transfers made by smart money wallets within the last 24 hours.
This next chart lists the top DEX markets being traded by smart money wallets, sorted by volume. We can view volume in the past day, in the past week, past month. There is also a link to etherscan for the maker and taker tokens.
Under transactions, we have a chart viewing smart money transactions within the last 24 hours, and smart money contract interactions within the last 24 hours.
The Token Holdings of the Aggregated Smart Money Segment essentially shows you the most popular tokens among smart money wallets.
These two colorful pie charts illustrate the balance distribution among wallets, and also the balance distribution among tokens.
This chart here on the left is the funds leadership board, and the funds are ranked by balance. On the right is the smart money leaderboard, where rankings are also based on balance.
Under smart money stablecoins versus all coins, we can see the percentage of stablecoins that smart money wallets are holding in their portfolio over time. On the right, we can view the percentage of stablecoins that smart money wallets are holding right now.
At the bottom of our smart money dashboard, we show how much labeled addresses are account for in the smart money segment - which is 1,749 at the moment. We also have a pie chart that breaks down the specific smart money labels that make up this aggregated segment.