Is this the NFT tracking app everyone's been clamoring for? @LifeboatFi scans your wallets and alerts you to NFT project updates, including claims, airdrops, merch, staking, and more. Beta went live today and I can't wait to dive in. The first product from @ProblySomething
Receive updates on what’s happening in your projects
Because it shouldn't take eight announcements to know you need to register for one event.
Multiple sources of information
Consolidated into a single task
Categorized by type
Jump directly to action from Lifeboat
In one click, jump to where you need to be to complete the action. Then mark it done or snooze it until you receive another update.
Link all your wallets
Link multiple wallets to your account and see activity across all of your NFTs.
Who better than our users to talk about us?
Where do tasks come from?
Tasks are generated from sources ranging from Discord, Twitter, and custom integrations with other services. We are regularly expanding our data partnerships to ensure that we are offering as complete of a picture of your holdings as possible. Have an idea for a new source? Drop into our Discord and let us know!
Which collections are supported?
Currently, Lifeboat supports select large-volume collections from EVM-compatible chains, primarily ETH mainnet. However, we are regularly expanding our corpus of collections. Lifeboat Pass holders and Genesis Pass Holders may request new collection additions at any time on Discord, and our team will add them as sources.
You can view the full list of supported collections on Lifeboat.
How do I get access to Lifeboat?
Lifeboat is currently in beta and available to owners of our partner projects and existing Probably Something tokens. Currently, access is limited to wallets with ownership of any of the following NFTs:
Floor Gen 1, Gen 2, and Gen 3 Passes
Pixel Vault Founders DAO
Pixel Vault Inhabitants Cores
Ghxsts Zxdiac, Ghxst, or Mxnster NFTs
Probably Something Genesis Passes
Probably Something Lifeboat Passes
Where can I learn more about Lifeboat security?
Lifeboat uses signed messages off-chain when you log into the application. These do not initiate a transaction on the blockchain and do not represent a security risk to you. For further information, 0xQuit, a Twitter developer that frequently does deep dives into NFT projects, wrote up a thread on our security approach.
Where can I learn more about Probably Something?