The booming of the ICO at the end of 2017 gave rise to a rapid adoption of the new products built on the decentralized techstack of Ethereum. One of the most widely adopted standards was ERC721 (NFT) that enable the minting of new unique tokens on the blockchain. Within few months, new waves of products backed by this standard had increased the transaction volume within the Ethereum network by manifold. Amongst all, Cryptokitties was one of the most successful projects that had gained a huge momentum in the space with the most expensive kitty being traded at $170,000. CryptoDecks saw an opportunity in this emerging market and went further to research about the needs of the market..
The proliferation of blockchain games and marketplaces that offer Non-Fungible Tokens had brought in new three main groups of users: gamer, collectors and traders. From the research and market observation, the collector and gamer group are the fast-growing groups. Both groups are facing the same problem - fragmented experience when it comes to display their digital artwork collections. There were two common ways to view your blockchain arts and game items.
The ability to preview the visual property of the token has become a common feature of most web3 wallet.
However, it is difficult if not impossible to let your friends see your collection of
blockchain arts and game items without letting them see the balance and detailed transactions inside your wallet at the same time.
I have acknowledged the above limitations and, together with the team, came up with a personal dashboard for digital collectibles which is platform agnostic so that users can view all of their blockchain collectible and game items in one place.
The design includes the features such item tracking capability so that users can see the price movement of the market directly inside the deck. However, the feature has not been developed due to the early cancellation of the project. The idea then remains in a design concept stage.