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Choose from one of three Crystal products

The Crystal analytics platform has three versions built for different analytics tasks. Find the Crystal product that best suits your needs:

Crystal Express Crystal Express
Crystal API Crystal API
Crystal Pro Crystal Pro
Key product specifics

Web-service

API

Hosted on-premise

Supported cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), ERC20 & ERC721 tokens

Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), ERC20 & ERC721 tokens

Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), ERC20 & ERC721 tokens

Optimal for use by…

Crypto-exchange services, HFT companies, family offices

Financial organizations in integration with corporate tools for KYC/CTF procedures

Law Enforcement organizations that deal with cryptocurrency crimes

Usage profiles

Case-by-case, occasional use for investigative, analytical purposes

KYT process automation, Extension of customer's adopted analytical tools with cryptocurrency analytics

Active, everyday use, extension of adopted analytical tools,

"Sensitive data" are entered in the application & Crystal database (e.g. investigative addresses, entity names, etc.)

SaaS / desktop application

SaaS, Internet-hosted server

SaaS / desktop integrated software

SaaS, customer-hosted server

Crystal server Location
  • Bitfury's datacenter
  • Bitfury's datacenter
  • Customer’s datacenter/servers
  • Cloud service
Security

SSL encryption

SSL encryption

SSL encryption

Integration with 3rd party software

Not supported

Integration supported

Integration supported

Support options
  • Free
  • Support email address in the application interface
  • Reaction time of up to 5 business days
Get Crystal Express
  • Extended support options, SLA-based
Get Crystal API
  • Extended and Premium support options, SLA-based
Get Crystal Pro
Crystal Express Crystal Express
Key product specifics

Web-service

Supported cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), ERC20 & ERC721 tokens

Optimal for use by…

Crypto-exchange services, HFT companies, family offices

Usage profiles

Case-by-case, occasional use for investigative, analytical purposes

SaaS / desktop application

SaaS, Internet-hosted server

Crystal server Location
  • Bitfury's datacenter
Security

SSL encryption

Integration with 3rd party software

Not supported

Support options
  • Free
  • Support email address in the application interface
  • Reaction time of up to 5 business days
Get Crystal Express
Crystal API Crystal API
Key product specifics

API

Supported cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), ERC20 & ERC721 tokens

Optimal for use by…

Financial organizations in integration with corporate tools for KYC/CTF procedures

Usage profiles

KYT process automation, Extension of customer's adopted analytical tools with cryptocurrency analytics

SaaS / desktop application

SaaS / desktop integrated software

Crystal server Location
  • Bitfury's datacenter
Security

SSL encryption

Integration with 3rd party software

Integration supported

Support options
  • Extended support options, SLA-based
Get Crystal API
Crystal Pro Crystal Pro
Key product specifics

Hosted on-premise

Supported cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), ERC20 & ERC721 tokens

Optimal for use by…

Law Enforcement organizations that deal with cryptocurrency crimes

Usage profiles

Active, everyday use, extension of adopted analytical tools,

"Sensitive data" are entered in the application & Crystal database (e.g. investigative addresses, entity names, etc.)

SaaS / desktop application

SaaS, customer-hosted server

Crystal server Location
  • Customer’s datacenter/servers
  • Cloud service
Security

SSL encryption

Integration with 3rd party software

Integration supported

Support options
  • Extended and Premium support options, SLA-based
Get Crystal Pro

Bitfury's secure datacenter is located in Germany.

“Sensitive data” means blockchain entities that 1) can be easily named according to the case being investigated (i.e., ‘PrimeSuspectName’, ‘VictimName1’, etc.) and 2) are associated with entity types that are known to the customer only. Real actors’ names are not supposed to be used outside of investigation procedures. In Crystal Pro, such data do not go further than the customer-hosted Crystal database.