Smart Money label for ERC-20 profitability
Suggested by user @giorgio: Smart Money for ERC-20 profitability (ratio of sell price vs buy price on ERC20 txs over a certain period of time)
Nansen Chrome Extension
Quickly look up a wallet or token using a Chrome extension, don't have to open the Nansen website
Smart Money Token Accumulation by Time
Would be nice if we could see what Smart Money has been doing for a particular token over a snapshot in time (e.g. 7D, 14D, 30D window), in addition to what we have in Token Holdings
Transaction for that wallet on Wallet Profiler
An option to see the transactions made on that specific wallet in wallet profiler section. Right now , we can see fund transactions (which show mostly Almeida bot buying and selling, and therefore we missed that blocktower sold it's Popsicle finance) If we had a feature where we could see blocktower transactions in wallet profiler, we could have seen the consequences in an easier way.
Add "Funded by" under "Related Wallets" in Wallet Profiler
It's often helpful to see which wallet sent the first ETH to a wallet. This should be highlighted on the first page of Wallet Profiler, under Related Wallets. This is super easy to do! But would make "Related Wallets" a lot more useful.
Personal diligence tab
User @dyl.an suggested adding a personal portfolio tracker. "...nansen stats could represent a sum calculation of user added wallets for personal portfolio representation then an easy to access highlighted tab in the main interface can be added. Maybe a set of very human readable, simple widgets (customizable?) that show these stats in the header? (ex. an emoji picked from a set of sad/neutral/happy/ecstatic representing portfolio health or net liquidity velocity / simple bars showing daily profit)"
Search dashboard by names
There are many dashboards on Nansen, can we search them by their names or by typing one or two keywords, the relevant dashboard names show up and we can select from there.
Ability to create your own dashboard
As a user, I would like to take pieces of nansen screens - string them together and create my own dashboard