The cryptocurrency & blockchain visualization challenge
Cryptocurrency is showing signs of going mainstream. Its increasing popularity means the market size is expected to reach $2.2 trillion by 2026.
But it’s also intangible and highly volatile. It presents difficult challenges for governments, anti-money laundering (AML) analysts and financial crime investigators, as well as virtual asset service providers (VASPs) complying with strict regulations.
They need to clarify complex and dense blocks of transaction data fast to identify high-risk activity.
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Blockchain visualization for government agencies
There’s an ecosystem of cryptocurrency platforms for trading coins and exchanging them for fiat currency. Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs), like exchanges, must comply with each jurisdiction’s anti-money laundering (AML) regulations. Most VASPs need to understand who is using their platforms and how, and are required by law to report suspicious activity.
But tracking the movement of illicit funds is a huge task as criminals use increasingly sophisticated money laundering techniques. Blockchain data company Chainalysis estimates that $8.6bn of cryptocurrency was laundered in 2021, up 30% on the previous year.
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Our technology has helped organizations around the world develop their anti-money laundering and financial fraud detection systems.
Follow the flow of transactions between addresses, wallets and exchanges. Querying, collating and exploring blockchain events as a network of linked connections makes this process simpler and more effective.
Explore blockchain visualizations to reveal patterns and unusual behaviors in intuitive and interactive ways. Reveal the exact sequences of transaction events, how they unfolded and how they’re connected.
Bitcoin handles around 2,700 transactions in a single block, with a new block created every 10 minutes. With this volume of data, investigators need the right visualization tools to filter, group, highlight and identify the transfers that need closer attention.
Create beautiful network visualizations that match the style of your investigative application. You can customize every item and interaction, then give analysts the power to export annotated reports as high-res images or PDFs to share with the team.
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