Address Labels and Compliance Score
MetaDock identifies deposit addresses of CEXs, scammer and hacker addresses, and other addresses we collected and verified (especially those not tagged by the blockchain explorers). It helps users better understand the participants of transactions and track the flow of funds.
BTC.com and top EVM-compatible blockchains are supported.
MetaDock identifies several addresses on BTC.com as
Binance Wallets.This makes the identification of CEX transfers easier.
For proxy contracts, MetaDock gives you a hook to their implementation contracts in the label, which means you can simply click on the latter half of the label, and dirrectly turn to the implementation contract!
Note that, MetaDock does not collect and upload users' private tags.
MetaDock provides the address compliance score to help estimate the likelihood of an address associated with illegal activities. Specifically, an address will fall into one of the 5 categories:
- No risk: almost impossible to be associated with illegal activities;
- Low risk: the low possibility of being associated with illegal activities;
- Medium risk: the medium probability of being associated with illegal activities;
- High risk: high probability of being associated with illegal activities;
- Critical risk: those who are involved in illegal activities.
Note that the compliance scores are provided for reference only and do not constitute any investment advice. Learn more about the methodology to calculate the risk scores.
Address Compliance Score
MetaDock provides a more comprehensive function signature library to complement the *scan's signature parsing.
For example, MetaDock replaces the function signature
settle， which makes more sense for users.