Detailed analysis of crypto wallets

Checking wallets and transactions to identify the sources of the funds. Allowing you to find out the risk score of your or sender's wallet to protect yourself from illicit funds.

Detailed analysis of crypto wallets

How it works?

What do we offer?

Why choose us

Security

AMLBot does not collect or store any of your personal or business data.

Safety

Certified by the European Institute of Management and Finance.

Support

Our customer advocates are standing by 24/7 to ensure hassle-free experience for everyone.

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Expertise

We saved around $5 359 800 from blockings at the stocks and exchanges

FAQs

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What happens if I don't use all my checks each month?
They stay within your account, and you can use them at any time.
Why should I perform an AML check?
By receiving illicit funds, you risk being investigated by the authorities and having your funds frozen.

By conducting an AML check of your wallet, you can find out the respective risk score and have a peace of mind.

In a case of a high risk score, our team of experts will be glad to assist you in lowering it to a normal area.
How often is it advised to perform the checks?
An answer to this depends on your unique risk model. The general recommendation would be to perform an AML check every time you interact with an unknown wallet or a smart contract.
What blockchains do you support?
AMLBot supports BTC, ETH (ERC20 Tokens), BSC (BEP20 Tokens), MATIC, XRP, TRX (TRC20 Tokens), LTC, BCH, BSV, ETC, ADA, ZEC, SOL, DOGE and ALGO.

For TRX, ADA, DOGE, ZEC, MATIC, SOL and ALGO, we can currently analyse only the adresses risk score and not the risk score of all the individual connections.
What is the difference between an address check and transaction check?
Address verification is an analysis of all addresses ever associated with it, from which funds have been received and to which funds have been sent.

Transaction check is an analysis of a specified transaction ID (TxID) with the option to check either:

• Received funds (Recipient) and the address to which the funds were received (Deposit). In this case the connections of addresses from which funds were received are checked.
• The sender of the funds (Sender) and the address to which the funds were sent (Withdrawal).

Thus, transaction checks assess risks for the recipient if you choose to accept funds, and risks for the sender if you choose to send.