Crystal Analytics adds ERC-20 & ERC-721 tokens support

Crystal continues to expand functionality on the Ethereum blockchain by introducing support for ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens

Following the release of more than 900 ICOs on the Ethereum Blockchain to date (with 650 ICOs launched in 2018 alone), Crystal analytics now offers analytical support for ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens. Users can easily view and analyze token transfers within Crystal’s Ethereum transaction explorer. This exposes an essential layer of data for crypto compliance on the Ethereum Blockchain, providing a comprehensive view of the mechanics behind the market’s most popular tokens.

Viewing Token Transfers

When a Token Contract is called on the Ethereum Blockchain, it now yields a Token Transfer, which can be viewed on the Crystal analytics platform. To view, navigate to the tab “Token Transfers” on the transaction page. You will be able to see the address of the sender and receiver of the token, along with the amount transferred (ERC-20 tokens)/token ID (ERC-721 tokens), and the token name. You can then click on the token name to view the token contract page.

The Crystal analytics platform displaying token transfers on Ethereum blockchain

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About Crystal

The Crystal™ platform is the all-in-one blockchain analytics tool. Designed for law enforcement and financial institutions, Crystal provides a comprehensive view of the public blockchain ecosystem and uses advanced analytics and data scraping to map suspicious transactions and related entities. Whether it is tracking a bitcoin transaction to a real-world entity, determining relationships between known criminal actors, or surveying suspicious online behavior, Crystal can help move your investigation forward. To learn more, visit crystalblockchain.com.