Bholder is a tool for analyzing transactions and addresses of various blockchains.
Allows you to investigate incidents with cryptocurrencies, identify stable patterns of user behavior, and receive a risk score via API.
Provide data visually
To simplify the perception in the graph of links between addresses, you can see the amount of sent tokens.
If necessary, you can get details of which transactions it consists of.
We successfully work with different types of tokens
The amount of interaction between addresses is displayed in a token or a selected unit of measure, for example USDT.
The calculation algorithm looks at which token the transfer was in and what the exchange rate was on the date of the transaction.
1. We give detailed information about the address →
We are working to deanonymize each address.
To do this, we systematize information about the alleged owner from a variety of sources.
We display the balance of all his assets (in the address, in staking, farming, DAO and other smart contacts and services).
We cover the Risk Score, activation date, last transaction, affiliation with other addresses, historical balance change.
2. We include every transaction in analytics →
Of course, not only the balance of the address, which is already visible in the blockchain, is important for the user.
The aggregates of incoming and outgoing transactions and the Risk Score that brings each interconnected address are also important.
We enable the user to see both individual transactions and the total amount of interaction with individual Counterparties.
3. We provide information not only from the blockchain →
Our strength is the ability to enrich information from outside. For example, various data leaks, structured information from forums and telegram groups, monitoring of any references in media, as well as analysis of the work of services from the Everscale ecosystem.
The user has the opportunity to independently add information about the alleged owner of the address, and our toolkit will enrich the information that the user did not know before.
4. We simplify the search for any mentions →
Researching data across search engines can often bring in new data that will allow you to form a complete view of the owner of the address.
And information from database leaks will provide new digital records for investigating the most complex crypto-incidents.