CATV and CARA now also support Litecoin (LTC) and TRON (TRX) wallet addresses!
Uppsala Security is happy to share that starting with September 1st 2020, both Litecoin (LTC) and TRON (TRX) wallet addresses are supported by two of the company’s award winning tools, the Crypto Analysis Transaction Visualization (CATV) tool and the Crypto Analysis Risk Assessment (CARA) tool.
Users of the both networks can now register for access to the Sentinel Portal and start tracking and checking the risk score of the desired Litecoin and TRON wallet addresses, besides the already existing Bitcoin and Ethereum ones. In order to find out more details about how you can gain access to these disruptive tools and features, please read the article here.
About Crypto Analysis Transaction Visualization (CATV)
CATV is a forensics tool that enables its users to easily generate, for a selected wallet, a visualization displaying the incoming and outgoing flow of tokens and the types of wallets with which it interacts. A user can easily track and analyze both incoming and outgoing transactions of a selected crypto wallet and can expose suspicious transaction flows, such as tumbling and mixing, or interaction with blacklisted wallets registered in the Threat Reputation Database (TRDB). The generated data can be visualized and further analyzed for Anti-Money Laundering and Regulatory Compliance Purposes.
Key capabilities of the CATV tool include:
1. Scalability. Accepts increased volume without impacting presentation.
2. Security. Features top technical protection while providing secure access.
3. User experience. Displays a holistic view of tracking transactions with centralized checklists and automated management processes.
4. Availability. Offers continuous availability throughout the platform.
About Crypto Analysis Risk Assessment (CARA)
CARA is a risk analytic assessment tool that leverages patent-pending machine learning algorithms to learn the behavior of suspicious wallets and regular wallets in order to evaluate the risk score of a certain crypto address. It operates on an on-demand basis and runs as a batch process that continuously analyses selected crypto addresses. CARA can be easily integrated into software applications and is available on an annual subscription basis from Uppsala Security.
CARA provides Virtual Asset Service Provider (VASP) with the capabilities to distinguish characteristics of a data-empowered sixth sense against hacks, scams, money laundering, terrorist funding, and any other type of malicious activities. The tool is also compliant with a Risk-Based Approach (RBA) recommended by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).