This video will introduce our wallet profiler dashboard.
First, input a wallet address and click show.
Under the Overview tab, we have wallet names and we can click on "show more" to see more wallet labels that are associated with this address. For a more comprehensive review of what these wallet labels mean, please refer to the document linked in this video's description.
Under the Wallet Name, we can see the total amount of ETH in this wallet. If we scroll down, we can also look at specific token balances.
On the right, we view three graphs that monitor the wallet's activity. You can view the wallet's all time activity, it's daily activity throughout the course of a week, and its hourly activity during the day.
Under Related Wallets, we list special relationships that are more difficult to surface between this wallet address and other parties. Right now, this chart will only include contract creations, but eventually, it will also include other relationships that are not easily surfaced in general transactions.
When we scroll back up and look under the Counterparties tab, we see pie charts breaking down incoming and outgoing ETH. We also have pie charts breaking down incoming and outgoing tokens.
The Top Interacting Wallets Chart lists the wallets that interact with this address the most. By default, this chart is sorted by the greatest to least number of transactions. So for example, this wallet address has the most transactions with wallets that are labeled high activity. This address has around 15 thousand transactions with wallets that are labeled high activity, and about 9 thousand of these transactions were token transactions. This address has interacted with about 600 wallets that are labeled high activity. Again, this chart is sorted by the greatest to least number of transactions, but you can also sort by any of the metrics up top, including total ETH volume, outgoing ETH volume, and incoming ETH volume.
Under top interacting wallets, we can view the top individual wallets that this address has interacted with. So instead of simply looking at which type of wallet has interacted with this address, we can see which specific wallets have been interacting with this address. Again, this is sorted by default with the greatest number of transactions up top. But you can also sort by incoming ETH and outgoing ETH.
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