- An investment tracker app, Delta, is adding an NFT explorer service to their offering.
- The new NFT tracker functionality will initially track Ethereum wallets only.
- Support for multiple chains will be fully implemented by the end of 2022, according to Delta.
An investment tracker app that allows users to keep track of their stock and cryptocurrency portfolios, Delta, is now expanding into the non-fungible token space – adding an NFT explorer service to their offering.
The new NFT tracker will initially track Ethereum wallets only. However, Delta has confirmed that the scope of the service will include multiple chains, and aims to have the multi-chain support fully integrated by the end of 2022.
Users will be able to track their NFT collections together with their cryptocurrency and stocks holdings. Furthermore, users will be able to explore the estimated 18 million NFT collections worldwide.
The CEO of Delta, Nicolas Van Hoorde, said in a recent interview, “Our goal is to help make our users’ lives easier by providing them with a complete overview of their investments. We are working on integrating more asset classes into the app and will share further details in due course. We are certainly very excited by the opportunities offered by Web3.”
Delta is not the only firm to get involved with NFTs, as it joins a growing list of companies. However, what separates Delta from other companies is that they have found a way to remain true to their niche by not launching their own NFT marketplace or NFT collection, as is the case with many of the other companies involved with NFTs.
The growth witnessed in the popularity of NFT and Web3 products have resulted in several mainstream brands dipping their toes into the decentralized world. Most notably, Facebook did a complete brand change and renamed itself Meta – indicating their focus on the metaverse. What’s more, JP Morgan also opened an office in the Web3 virtual world.