What is transaction verification

AML verification of a bitcoin transaction is about keeping track of where the cryptocurrency came from in that transaction. If a significant portion of the funds came from dangerous sources, there is a high risk that they will not work with you, because your wallet will also be potentially dangerous.

What refers to dangerous sources?
  • Why is it dangerous
    to ignore the check?

    A careless attitude towards your assets can lead to dirty money or tokens getting into them. In such a case, the following problems may arise:

  • The inspection authorities may require verification and explanation of the origin of funds

  • All assets in the wallet may be compromised and will not be accepted on exchanges and when making transactions

  • The crypto wallet can be blacklisted and blocked until the end of verification

What does the crypto AML check include?

Transaction

  • The risk level of this transaction
  • Detailed information about the sources of cryptocurrency in the transaction
  • Percentage of clean and dirty money in the transaction
  • General and technical information about the transaction
  • The amount of risky asset
  • All previous senders and recipients of cryptocurrency from this transaction

Address(wallet)

  • The risk level of interaction with this wallet
  • Detailed information about the sources the wallet receives money from
  • Percentage of clean and dirty money in the wallet
  • Wallet usage statistics
  • The amount of risky assets in the wallet
  • Transactions in which the wallet took part

What does the check result look like

Overall test result

57.8%

Low risk level

  • 0 - 59
  • 60 - 89
  • 90 - 100

The amount of risky asset

The amount of risky asset:

0.00764320 BTC(182.06 USD)

Trusted sources

There are 12 categories of trusted sources:

  • Exchange licensed

    The entity holds a business license that is specific to crypto assets, to include: custody, exchange, brokerage or any other related financial service, and provides an exchange service where participants interact with a central party (the entity). It does not include non-specific financial service licenses and jurisdictions listed as non cooperative with FATF

  • P2P Exchange licensed

    the entity holds a business license that is specific to crypto assets, to include: custody, exchange, brokerage or any other related financial service, and provides an exchange service where participants exchange directly with each other. It does not include non-specific financial service licenses and jurisdictions listed as non cooperative with FATF

  • Marketplace

    Wallets of shops of legal goods and services

  • Miner

    Miners

  • Other

    Other entities

  • Payment

    Payment services

  • Seized assets

    Crypto assets seized by the government

  • Transparent

    Addresses that do not belong to any of the categories

  • Wallet

    Verified wallets

  • Exchange With Low ML Risk (archived)

    Exchanges with KYC / AML for deposit or withdrawal

  • Exchange With Moderate ML Risk (archived)

    Exchanges that allow daily withdrawals of up to $ 2000 in crypto without KYC / AML

  • P2P Exchange With Low ML Risk (archived)

    P2P exchanges with KYC / AML for deposits or withdrawals

Trusted sources:

  • Exchange With Low ML Risk 3.4%(~138.80 USD)
  • Exchange With Moderate ML Risk41.1%(~1,677.83 USD)
  • Miner 0.3%(~12.25 USD)
  • P2P Exchange With Low ML Risk7.4%(~302.09 USD)
  • Payment0.3%(~12.25 USD)
  • Wallet0.5%(~20.41 USD)

Suspicious sources

There are 7 categories of suspicious sources:

  • ATM

    Cryptocurrency ATMs

  • Exchange Unlicensed

    The entity does not hold any specific business license for crypto assets and provides an exchange service where participants interact with a central party (the entity). Includes licensed entity but in jurisdictions listed as non cooperative with FATF

  • P2P Exchange Unlicensed

    The entity does not hold any specific business license for crypto assets and provides an exchange service where participants exchange directly with each other. Includes licensed entity but in jurisdictions listed as non cooperative with FATF

  • Liquidity pools

    Smart contracts where tokens are locked to provide liquidity

  • Exchange With High ML Risk (archived)

    Exchanges from which you can withdraw more than $ 2000 in crypto daily without KYC / AML. (For fiat, you need KYC / AML.)

  • Exchange With Very High ML Risk (archived)

    Exchanges that do not use KYC / AML checks or have requirements for some countries only

  • P2P Exchange With High ML Risk (archived)

    P2P exchanges from which you can withdraw more than $ 1000 in crypto daily without KYC / AML

Suspicious sources:

  • Exchange Unlicensed 3.4%(~138.80 USD)
  • ATM7.1%(~289.84 USD)
  • Liquidity pools34.0%(~1,387.98 USD)

Dangerous sources

There are 13 categories of hazardous sources:

  • Child exploitation

    Entities associated with child exploitation

  • Darknet Service

    Coins related to child abuse, terrorist financing or drug trafficking

  • Darknet Marketplace

    Coins that were used for shopping on the darknet

  • Enforcement Action

    The entity is subject to legal proceedings

  • Exchange Fraudulent

    Exchanges associated with fraud or illegal activity

  • Gambling

    Online casino without a license

  • Illegal Service

    Coins associated with illegal activities

  • Mixer

    The coins were passed through a mixer to make tracking difficult or impossible

  • Ransom

    Coins obtained through extortion or blackmail

  • Sanctions

    Sanctioned entities

  • Scam

    Coins that were obtained by cheating their customers

  • Stolen Coins

    Stolen coins

  • Terrorism financing

    Entities associated with terrorism financing

Dangerous sources:

  • Darknet Marketplace 3.4%(~138.80 USD)
  • Mixer0.1%(~1,677.83 USD)
  • Illegal Service0.1%(~1,677.83 USD)

Examples to interact with

How to AML chek a transaction or wallet

  • 1 step

    Buy or get a free checkout package. You can do this at the pricing page.

  • 2 step

    Copy the wallet address or hash of the transaction you want to verify. It consists of alphanumeric characters and represents the identification number specified for the cryptocurrency transaction. Every transaction that takes place on the blockchain has this unique identifier.

  • 3 step

    Paste the wallet address or transaction hash into the search box at the main page and click the search button.

  • 4 step

    On the page of information about the transaction or the address of the crypto wallet, click the button "Check transaction" or "Check wallet", respectively.

    If you are not authorized, you must first enter your Personal Account.

  • 5 step

    Done! Now you can study all the information about the transaction or wallet and make the right decision based on it.

    You can also share your test results with others or keep them for yourself.

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