Accessing WalletConnect Analytics
To access WalletConnect Analytics and explore these insightful features, follow these simple steps:
- Log In to your Cloud Account here.
- Click on your Project.
- Click the Analytics Tab.
- Select the Analytics section of your choice.
By following these steps, you can easily access and leverage WalletConnect Analytics to track your project's progress and make informed decisions to take your project to the next level.
Understanding WalletConnect Analytics
WalletConnect Cloud now includes Analytics to help you better understand your project's performance. Let's break down some terms and explore the new analytics sections in a simple manner.
Refer to Definitions for the meaning of terms used in WalletConnect Analytics.
Overview - Wallet/Dapp Sessions
Displays the total count of established connections between your project and WalletConnect SDK.
Overview - Clients
Indicates the total number of connections established from clients (device or browser if connecting on the web).
Overview - Messages
Shows the total messages exchanged between the configured WalletConnect SDK and the Relay Server.
Shows the daily trend of established sessions over a 30 day period.
Shows the daily trend of client connections over a 30 day period.
Shows the daily trend of messages connections over a 30 day period.
Lists the top ranked wallets/Dapps connected to your project.
Countries and Continents
Provides insights into user connections by displaying the countries and continents with the most connections.
Learn more about the Relay here
Overview RPC Requests
Represents the total count of remote procedure calls (RPC) made to the blockchain API for the last 30 days.
RPC Request Volumes
Displays the daily trend of API requests made to the blockchain API.
Shows the top chain requests made by Chain ID.
Highlights the top-ranked methods called by your users.
Illustrates user connections by displaying the countries with the most connections.
Learn more about the Blockchain API here
Avg. Daily Visitors
Indicates the daily average of unique visitors to your app’s Web3Modal.
Avg. Daily Sessions
Indicates the daily average of sessions.
Avg. Daily Connections
Indicates the daily average of connections made through Web3Modal.
Indicates the total count of sessions.
Total count of all connections made between a wallet and your app.
Ranks the top countries with the highest user connections.
Ranks the top wallets that your users are connecting from.
This table and chart shows the count of various events that are triggered as the users interact with Web3Modal.
Provides a breakdown of sessions that have been created by device platform.
Shows the daily trend of unique visitors to your app’s Web3Modal.
Shows the daily trend of sessions created when the user signs a message with their connected wallet.
Shows the daily trend of successful connections to your app.
Subscribers - All Time
Total count of all subscribers to your project.
Notifications - All Time
Total count of all notifications sent from your project.
Daily trend chart illustrating the growth of subscribers.
Daily trend chart of total notifications received by your subscribers.
Daily trend chart of unique wallets that received the notification.
Subscribers by notification type
This table shows the total count of subscribers by notification type over a 30 day period.
Definitions of terms used in WalletConnect Analytics.
|A session within the context of Relay analytics denotes meaningful user actions, like signing transactions for NFT sales or trades, within a wallet or dapp. It emphasizes core SDK functionality.
|A session within the context of Web3modal analytics represents the connection established between your project and your user’s device (includes browsers). Sessions are created when the user interacts with Web3modal on your app. If user events are tracked within 30min range they will be considered within the same session.
|Messages are data exchanges between the WalletConnect SDK and the Relay Server, facilitating communication between your project and connected clients.
|A client is a device or browser connected to your project.
|The interface that allows your project to interact with the blockchain. Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) are used to request information or execute operations on the blockchain through this API.
|Chain ID identifies a specific blockchain network. Different blockchain networks, such as Ethereum Mainnet or a testnet, have unique Chain IDs.
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