Crystal’s Version 4.10 offers new features and upgrades to make crypto compliance faster and easier.
With the increasing popularity of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and the corresponding rise in criminal methods to exploit NFTs, having more insight into NFT trade history and associated addresses is a game-changer for compliance teams.
A key feature in our latest update is the addition of NFT analytics, which supplies valuable insights into NFT trade history and helps show related addresses.
Users can now easily see which NFT tokens belong to a specific address and gain visibility into the history of trades.
To help this, we have incorporated two new tables on the address page:
You can now customize alerts to individual case requirements making for more efficient case management.
The new alert settings include the following:
Recognizing the power of visualizations in investigations to make them faster and easier, we have introduced more features to make investigations even more efficient and seamless.
1. Bulk Upload:
To save time and simplify the visualization process, you can add batch addresses, transactions, or entities to the visualization canvas by simply pasting the list and clicking a single button.
This bulk upload feature eliminates manual entry and speeds up the visualization process.
2. Drag and drop new objects onto the visualisation canvas
Now you can easily add a single new object (for instance an address, entity, transaction or customer) to a visualisation canvas. Do this by typing into the address (or entity etc) into the objects field and dragging onto the canvas.
We have introduced additional filters for search results to facilitate quicker access to relevant information.
Our latest product update equips compliance officers and investigators with enhanced efficiency and improved workflows to streamline their investigations, make informed decisions, and stay ahead in combating financial crimes.
To see these new features in action and learn how Crystal can transform your compliance process, book a demo today.