What do we analyze?

We conduct a wallet analysis to identify over 20 sources of funds and define the risk score. All the sources are divided into three risk categories:

Danger

  • Dark Service

    Coins related to child abuse, terrorist financing or drug trafficking

  • Dark Market

    Coins associated with illegal activities

  • Illegal Service

    Coins associated with illegal activities

  • Mixer

    Coins that passed through a mixer to make tracking difficult or impossible. Mixers are mainly used for money laundering

  • Ransom

    Coins obtained through extortion or blackmail

  • Scam

    Coins that were obtained by deception

  • Terrorism Financing

    Entities associated with terrorism financing

  • Gambling

    Coins associated with unlicensed online gaming

  • Fraudulent Exchange

    Exchanges involved in exit scams, illegal behavior, or who have had funds seized by the government

  • Sanctions

    Sanctioned Entities

  • Child Exploitation

    Entities associated with child exploitation

  • Stolen Coins

    Coins obtained by hijacking someone else's cryptocurrency.

Suspicious sources

  • Very High-Risk Exchange

    Exchanges that don't use verification procedures, or have requirements for certain countries only

  • High-Risk P2P Exchange

    P2P exchanges that allow the withdrawal of more than $1000 in crypto daily without KYC/ AML

  • Liquidity Pools

    Smart contracts where tokens are locked up to provide liquidity

  • Cryptocurrency ATM

    Coins obtained from a cryptocurrency ATM

  • Moderate-Risk Exchange

    Smart contracts where tokens are locked to provide liquidity

  • High-Risk Exchange

    Coins obtained from a cryptocurrency ATM

Trusted sources

  • Miner

    Coins mined by miners and not forwarded yet

  • Wallet

    Coins stored in verified wallets

  • Payment Management

    Coins associated with payment services

  • Marketplace

    Coins that were used to pay for legal activities

  • Low-Risk Exchange

    Exchanges that require KYC/AML identification for all deposit or withdrawal

  • Low-Risk P2P Exchange

    P2P exchange that requires KYC/AML identification for all deposits and withdrawals

  • Seized Assets

    Crypto assets seized by the government

  • Moderate-Risk Exchange

    Exchanges that allow the withdrawal of up to $2000 in crypto daily without KYC/AML. (For fiat withdrawals, KYC/AML is still required)

  • High-Risk Exchange

    Exchanges that allow the withdrawal of more than $2000 in crypto daily without KYC/AML. (For fiat withdrawals, KYC/AML is still required)

  • Other

    Coins obtained through airdrops, token sales or other means