The Crystal analytics team will be attending Consensus 2019! Connect with our CEO, Marina Khaustova, and our Head of Sales, Rick Magnus, at Booth #151. Be in with a chance to benefit from our limited-time only Free Access offer for Consensus attendees!
Highlights from this issue:
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.
Marina Khaustova, CEO of Crystal analytics platform, will be attending Blockchain Expo London 2019 where she'll give a presentation on digital asset security entitled "Digital Assets should be Safe for Everyone". Welcome to our booth - Stand 663 - to find out more about how what Crystal analytics can do for your crypto compliance requirements!
This month we are proud to release the latest version of the Crystal analytics platform, now with Ethereum blockchain support!
Other news in this issue:
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.
CodeGate 2019 conference, SeoulMar 25, 2019
Crystal analytics team is going to the CodeGate2019 conference in Seoul. Kyrylo Chykhradze, the Head of Product, will demonstrate how to use the platform for investigation into cyber attacks related to cryptocurrencies.
ISS MEA, DubaiMar 11, 2019
Marina Khaustova, CEO, and Kyrylo Chykhradze, Head of Product, attended ISS World MEA, Dubai, the world's largest gathering of professionals in information security, law enforcement, intelligence, and financial crime investigation.
In this issue:
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.