Token Screener

Learn how to use Slingshot's Token Screener feature

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Navigating the vast world of tokens for swapping has always been a challenge, but with our latest addition, users can now effortlessly spot trends and identify potential tokens for swapping. No more toggling between apps; everything you need is right here on Slingshot. In this article, we'll explore how the Token Screener works and how it's set to revolutionize your Slingshot experience.

Token Screener is available on both our Web app and Mobile app:


Token Screener - Web App

To access Token Screener, go to https://app.slinshot.finance and click on "Screener".

You will be welcomed with a brand new design for our markets page, the Token Screener. The idea is for you to set it up according to your preferences with the features explained below.

  1. Gainers & Losers: On this screen, you will see all tokens that match the current filter criteria. On this example, you're seeing the top gainers in the last 24h, on all networks we support, sorted by % of profit (decreasing).
    Watchlist Tokens: Here you will see a list of all the tokens you have added to your watchlist. You can do this by clicking on the + sign at the very right of the screen (see 12).

  2. Network: You can select which networks you want the screener to show tokens from. For a full list of supported networks, click here.

  3. Last 24h: Time frame options: Last 5 minutes, Last Hour, Last 6 hours, Last 24 hours, Last 7 days, Last 30 days.

  4. Filters: Here's where you define your search criteria. This will be explained in details on the next section.

  5. #: The token's rank according to your filter and sort criteria (in this example, the top gainer in the last 24h is the token $HIGH).

  6. Token: This column shares the following information for each token, from left to right:

    • Icon: the token's icon. If there's none, you will see a 💫

    • Network: right on top of the icon, there's a symbol for the network that token is from.

    • Ticker: the name ID the token is know as (FXS)

    • Name: The token's full name (FXS is for "Frax Share")

  7. Price: The token's current price.

  8. Txns: The number of transactions the token has had within the specified time frame (24h in this example).

  9. Volume: Total volume for the specified token on the specified network within the specified time frame (24h in this example).

  10. Liquidity: Total liquidity for that token, on that chain.

  11. FDV: Fully Diluted Valuation. It represents the total market value of a cryptocurrency if all the tokens or coins that could potentially be created in the future (through mining, staking, or other mechanisms) were in circulation, minus those tokens that have been burned (if any).

  12. Other: Here you will see the token's price change in the last 5m, 1h, 6h, and 24h. Also you have a + button, which allows you to add that token to your watchlist.

Filters

As the name suggests, here you can fine tune what is shown on the Token Screener. Below a description of each option you have:

  • Networks: Select which networks you want the screener to show (All of them, or a specific one)

  • FDV: You can either use the slider, or manually enter minimum and maximum values.

  • Liquidity: The minimum liquidity a token must have, in the last 24h.

  • Volume: The minimun and maximum volume a token must have, in the last 24h.

  • Maker: The amount of unique wallet addresses that swapped the token in the last 24h.

  • Buys: Number of buys in the last 24h.

  • Sells: Number of sells in the last 24h.

  • Transactions: Number of transactions in the last 24h.

Welcome to your new skill set for finding gems, you degen!


Token Screener - Mobile App

Go to the home screen an tap on the 🔍 . This will lead you to the Explore page. At the bottom, to the right of the Search field, you will see a Filter button. Tap on it.

This opens the Filter page of the Token Screener. You can fine-tune what is displayed on the Token Screener. Below is a description of each option available:

  • Networks: Select which networks you want the screener to show (All of them, or a specific one)

  • FDV: You can either use the slider, or manually enter minimum and maximum values.

  • Liquidity: The minimum liquidity a token must have, in the last 24h.

  • Volume: The minimun and maximum volume a token must have, in the last 24h.

  • Maker: The amount of unique wallet addresses that swapped the token in the last 24h.

  • Buys: Number of buys in the last 24h.

  • Sells: Number of sells in the last 24h.

  • Transactions: Number of transactions in the last 24h.

Once you select the parameters you want, tap on "Show tokens" button at the bottom right. This will show your filtered results:

You will see your results with the filters you selected. From left to right, each token will show you the following information:

  1. Token: This first column shows:

    • Icon: the token's icon. If there's none, you will see a 💫

    • Network: right on top of the icon, there's a symbol for the network that token is from.

    • Ticker: the name ID the token is know as (WETH)

    • Name: The token's full name (WETH is for "Wrapped ETH")

  2. Volume: Total volume for the specified token on the specified network within the specified time frame (24h in this example).

  3. Liquidity: Total liquidity for that token, on that chain.

  4. FDV: Fully Diluted Valuation. It represents the total market value of a cryptocurrency if all the tokens or coins that could potentially be created in the future (through mining, staking, or other mechanisms) were in circulation, minus those tokens that have been burned (if any).

If you tap the button marked as 1, you will be shown a screen to change the sorting of the results. You can always change your filters by tapping 2 again.

Welcome to your new skill set for finding gems, you degen!

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