Hey there EXPLORER!
Our token overlap dashboard allows you to see how many addresses are holding two different tokens and also give you a bit of insight into who is holding both tokens.
In this video, we're using AAVE and Sushi token as an example.
AAVE will be token A and SUSHi will be token B.
Upon clicking show token overlap we will be presented with a range of data.
Total Holders refers to the total number of wallets holding a positive balance of either AAVE, Sushi, or both. If you imagine a Venn diagram, this would mean everything within the Venn diagram.
Token Holder Overlap is the number of wallets that hold both a positive balance of AAVE and SUSHI. Again if we picture the Venn diagram, this would be the in-between region of said Venn diagram.
Percentage Total Holders is calculated by taking the number of wallets that hold both a positive balance of AAVE and SUSHI over the number of wallets that hold both or either.
In simple terms…
- The Percentage Token A refers to the percentage of wallets that hold AAVE that also hold SUSHI.
- The Percentage Token B refers to the percentage of wallets that hold SUSHI that also hold AAVE.
Don’t forget you can use the tooltips to get a quick explanation if you ever get confused!
Our ‘Balances of Overlapping Holders’ Plot visualizes the AAVE and SUSHI balances for wallets that hold both token A and Token B. As we can see, the X axis shows Token A (AAVE) and the Y axis Token B (SUSHI). Hovering over any of these plot points allows us to see a breakdown of exactly the amount of tokens these wallets actually hold.
Alternatively we can use the ‘Balances of Overlapping Holders’ Table, where we view the data in a more detailed tabular format.
For example, this includes how much AAVE or SUSHI they actually hold alongside the percentage of their wallet that is made up of SUSHI or AAVE.
By clicking on the name of the entity, you can go directly to their wallet profiler page. or you can right click to view the wallet profiler for token A (AAVE) or Token B (Sushi) to continue the due diligence process.