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New! Polygon Collection Analytics API from Mnemonic

Andrii Yasinetsky
April 18, 2023

🚀 ICYMI, we recently brought Mnemonic’s powerful Foundational API to the Polygon ecosystem and launched at NFT.NYC. Today, we’re proud to be bringing even more capabilities to builders on Polygon with the release of our NFT Collection Analytics API on Polygon. Now, you can bring our rich NFT collection and pricing analytics capabilities to your app with just a few, simple lines of code, no blockchain expertise or data science degree required! 🤓

About our NFT Collection Analytics API 📊

Mnemonic’s Collection Analytics API contains a set of endpoints that provide aggregated NFT collection insights with ease.

With a single API call, you can surface top NFT collections on Polygon ranked by average price, maximum price, sales count, and sales volume, get ready-to-chart time series data for a collection’s sales volume, pricing, and token supply, or retrieve a list of the current owners for a given collection.

Here's a quick example of how you'd query a list of top collections on Polygon based on sales volume for the past day:

Try a few test queries yourself here.

Mnemonic’s APIs enable builders to bypass the complexities of NFT data, go to market faster than the competition, and scale their products confidently. We handle the infrastructure and big data challenges, so you can focus on building exceptional Web3 experiences like NFT marketplaces, wallets, trading insights tools, or collection dashboards, with accurate, real-time NFT data. 

🏗️ Ready to start building?

If you want to try out our Collection Analytics API on Polygon, you’ll need a Mnemonic API key. If you don’t have one already, you can get one here. Then, we suggest checking out our API overview and our Polygon Collection Analytics API reference to familiarize yourself with Mnemonic before jumping in and starting to build.