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Our business is designed to help identify Risks, Frauds and Trace illegal activities on the blockchain.

We use cutting-edge technology to link pseudonymous blockchain transactions to real-world organizations and individuals, including exchanges and mixer services. This information is then presented in a user-friendly format, making it easy to understand and use for legal and law enforcement purposes.

Our tech platform provides the necessary evidence to support the pursuit of charges and law enforcement action.

Data Analytics

Registration and Licence

Unlicensed exchange may not be subject to regulatory oversight, which can make it more vulnerable to fraud, mismanagement, and other unethical practices.

Track & Trace

Tracing the flow of cryto-assets, authorities can identify patterns and connections that can lead them to the source of the illicit funds and the individuals or organizations responsible for criminal activities.

End-to-End tracing

End-to-end tracing of money is a critical tool in the fight against money laundering and other financial crimes. The process involves tracking the flow of funds through the financial system, from the point of origin to the point of destination.

Who we work with.

Law Enforcement
& Regulators.

Our crypto monitoring service provides law enforcement agencies with the tools they need to track and investigate illegal activities on the blockchain. Our platform can help identify and trace illicit transactions, link pseudonymous addresses to real-world entities, and provide evidence for legal proceedings. With our service, agencies can stay ahead of criminal activity and keep the public safe

Investors &
Financial institutions.

Protect your investments and stay ahead of fraud with our crypto risk and monitoring service. Our platform tracks blockchain transactions and alerts you to any suspicious activity related to your investments. We also provide real-time market intelligence, allowing you to make informed investment decisions. Trust us to keep your crypto  assets secure.

Law Firms

Our investigations team is the perfect partner for law firms and lawyers looking to stay on top of blockchain-related legal cases. Our platform tracks and investigates illegal activities, links pseudonymous addresses to real-world entities, and provides evidence for legal proceedings. We help you stay ahead of the curve and provide the best possible service to your clients.


Why invest in a non-regulated exchange is a high-risk investment? Investing in a non-regulated crypto exchange can be considered a risky investment because these exchanges lack oversight and protection from regulatory bodies. This means that there is a higher risk of fraudulent activities, hacking, mismanagement of funds, and lack of accountability. Additionally, non-regulated exchanges may not have the necessary security measures in place to protect investors' assets. On the other hand, regulated exchanges are subject to laws and regulations that help ensure the protection of investors' assets and provide a more secure platform for trading.

What means "unnamed" address or wallet for the the cliente of the exchange? A crypto wallet is considered "unnamed" or "anonymous" when it is not linked to the real-world identity of its owner. This means that the wallet's transactions and holdings can't be traced back to a specific individual, making it difficult for authorities or others to know who owns the wallet or what they are doing with it. An "unnamed" crypto wallet can be created by simply not providing personal information during the wallet's creation process, or by using privacy-enhancing tools such as coin mixers or TOR networks. While unnamed wallets can offer a higher level of privacy and security, they may also be used for illegal activities such as money laundering or fraud, making them a target for law enforcement and regulators.

Can an address be traced end to end? Blockchain operations, by their nature, are transparent and publicly viewable. This means that each transaction in the blockchain is recorded and stored in a decentralized ledger, and can be viewed by anyone with access to the network. However, it is important to note that the identity of the person or entity behind a blockchain transaction is not necessarily known. While the transaction data is public, the identity of the wallet's owner is usually not attached to it, making it difficult to trace a transaction back to a specific individual or entity. But, law enforcement agencies and regulatory bodies may be able to trace a transaction by linking it to an exchange or service that requires users to provide their personal information.

Why I is important to Monitor my wallet and peer-to-peer (P2P) wallets? It is crucial, especially when it comes to avoiding problems related to money laundering and suspicious operations. By keeping a close eye on your financial transactions, you can detect any unusual activity and take swift action to prevent fraudulent operations or the misuse of funds. P2P wallets are particularly susceptible to cyber attacks and hacking, which can lead to the loss of your funds and facilitate money laundering or other illicit activities. By monitoring your P2P wallet closely, you can detect any suspicious activity, such as large or frequent transactions, and report them to the appropriate authorities. Moreover, monitoring your wallet's performance can help you identify any unusual patterns or trends that may indicate money laundering or other illegal activities. By being vigilant and proactive in monitoring your finances, you can take steps to prevent and report any suspicious transactions, protecting yourself and others from the risks associated with money laundering and other financial crimes.

As a Regulator, can I monitor wallets and addresses on real time? Yes, our monitoring tool's primary function is to provide real-time tracking and analysis of financial transactions, specifically those that involve cryptocurrencies, in order to identify and investigate suspicious activities related to money laundering, terrorist financing, and other financial crimes. Using advanced algorithms and analytical capabilities, the tool allows for the simultaneous monitoring of multiple wallets and addresses, the identification of patterns and trends, and the detection of anomalous behaviors that may indicate illicit activities. Regulators are able to set up customized alerts and notifications for specific transactions or wallet addresses, enabling them to respond quickly and effectively to emerging risks. In addition to real-time monitoring, regulators also have access to historical data analysis and reporting, providing insights into the broader cryptocurrency ecosystem. Ultimately, these sophisticated capabilities and advanced technologies enable regulators to stay ahead of emerging risks and respond quickly to threats, safeguarding the financial system from abuse and ensuring the safe and legal use of cryptocurrencies.

As a Bank how can help me the monitoring tool? A crypto monitoring tool can be a crucial component of your compliance program, assisting you in meeting regulatory requirements, preventing money laundering, and securing your clients' funds held in third-party custody. The tool can provide you with the following benefits: Central Bank Regulations Compliance: By monitoring all transactions that occur through your bank, a monitoring tool can aid you in complying with regulations set by the central bank. The tool can identify suspicious activities and flag them for further investigation, ensuring that your bank remains compliant with all relevant laws and regulations. Prevention of Money Laundering: A monitoring tool can assist you in detecting and preventing money laundering activities by monitoring all transactions for unusual patterns or behaviors. The tool can alert you to transactions that appear suspicious and enable you to take appropriate action to prevent illicit activities from occurring. Security of Clients' Funds: A monitoring tool can ensure that your clients' funds held in third-party custody are secure. By monitoring all transactions that occur through your bank, the tool can detect any unauthorized transactions or suspicious activities and enable you to take immediate action to prevent any loss of funds. Overall, a monitoring tool can be a valuable asset for a bank, helping to ensure compliance with regulations, prevent money laundering, and safeguard clients' funds. By implementing a monitoring tool, a bank can enhance its overall risk management program and safeguard itself and its clients against financial crimes and other illicit activities.

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