Filtered Moon Monitors

Within the Consortium are channel(s) that filter new launches to find gems early - this page will detail how those work

The Optimal Observer

Our first alert in our new suite of Moon Monitors is the Optimal Observer, designed to alert you of the biggest mooners as early as possible. This is an alert that is aimed to allow for more noise/duds to catch gems early, and it will be continually refined as well as more Moon Monitors being added. It is not an "ape this" alert, but an "investigate this" alert.

The triggers for the Optimal Observer are not public, but it is an alert aimed to trigger based off of movement on chain as well as other criteria designed to filter for the best opportunities. Subsequent alerts of the same coin come from more detected movement on the pair.

Using the above screenshot as an example, I will explain how to interpret an alert from the Observer:

  • Frequency Data: At the top of the alert you can see "2 alerts in 6 mins, first seen at $5,338" - as you can imagine, this is detailing the amount of Observer alerts this coin has received in a given duration, as well as the first market cap it was alerted at. The more frequent the alerts in a shorter duration, the more interest and motion is going on with the coin in question.

    • coins are limited to only 7 alerts in the Observer per 24h to reduce spam. After the 7th alert is sent for that coin, it wont send anymore for that duration

  • Market Cap and MC Diff: Marketcap is displayed at certain intervals, 3 minutes, 1hr, and 24hr - this is showing you what the market cap was at any of those given intervals. The MC Diff section shows you the % change in market cap from that given interval to the current marketcap.

    • eg. in the above example you can see that 3 minutes before the alert, CRVY was at $7,958 mc, and now it has increased 220% since then to reach the current mc.

  • Buyers|Sellers: This field details how many individual buyers and sellers have traded the pair - NOT how many individual buys/sells have occurred. It is looking at unique wallets that have traded the pair, rather than just showing amt of buys and sells (like if one wallet is doing all the selling).

    • eg. at the time of the above alert, 133 individual wallets had bought the coin while 0 had sold

  • Holders: 1 | 10: This section illustrates on the left what % of the token supply the top one holder is (excluding contract, staking wallet, dev, etc.), while the right number illustrates the % of the token that the top 10 holders combined have.

    • eg. in the above example you can see the #1 holder had 4.57% of the token at the time of alert, while the top 10 held a total of 12.91% combined

  • Same Symbol: This field shows how many coins have been detected in the last 24h with the same ticker as the alerted coin (this can often be a useful metric as hyped launches tend to have lots of copycat contracts that launch around it.

  • Cumulative Buys: This section aims to analyze the different types of wallets detected trading the pair.

    • Bot: Wallets with unusual activity indicating automated action/not user based activity. Could be mev bots, auto snipers, etc.

    • Dormant: Wallets that are largely inactive for durations of time but are suddenly trading the pair in question

    • Green Fresh: Wallets that are brand new and funded from a clean source like an Exchange

    • Fresh: Wallets that are brand new and funded from another degenerate wallet/not an exchange

    • Fatty: Wallets with $15k or more usd value of ETH + stablecoins

    • Whale: Wallets with $50k or more usd value of ETH + stablecoins

And that is the Optimal Observer; the first in our new class of Moon Monitors, but certainly not the last!