In the latest update to the Crystal platform, clients can now tag addresses, collaboratively work on investigation cases, and opt for the lighter version of the Crystal Analytics platform
In version 2.7 of Crystal blockchain analytics, we rolled out improvements to the Monitoring features and the Case Management system.
The Crystal Blockchain analytics team has added another coin to the platform, as well as major improvements to the Case Management monitoring system.
Updated Visualization & Tracking Features. In the latest product update we outline upgrades to our visualization, tracking & support features. We also give a sneak peek at the product roadmap!
We’ve just rolled out version 2.4 of Crystal Blockchain’s analytics platform which introduces a configurable risk scoring tool, adding more flexibility for due diligence procedures.
We have released version 2.3.0 of our analytics platform, which now includes an Advanced Case Management System for multi-account onboarding, tracking, and transaction monitoring especially designed for corporate clients.
Today we roll out Version 2.2 of the platform, including improvements to the Connections, Tracking, and Notifications features. Users can now more easily trace fund flows and get notified of balance and/or Risk Score changes for a particular address.
The Crystal analytics platform continues to expand functionality on the Ethereum Blockchain by introducing support for ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens. This added functionality means that the Ethereum transaction page now also shows Token Transfers within a transaction.
Crystal Blockchain Platform Version 2.0 Adds Ethereum Blockchain SupportApr 01, 2019
Crystal analytics platform version 2.0 has just announced added support for Ethereum. Users can now track many addresses on the Ethereum blockchain, retrieving data and analyzing suspicious looking transactions. See the full press-release for more info.
The Crystal analytics platform has just rolled out a new feature - the Activity tracking feature. It enables users who need to monitor the activity of a certain address or set of addresses over a longer time period.