MistTrack Updates (Sept&Oct)
We made some updates and added some new features in Sept and Oct.
September 11th updates
We’re excited to announce our recent support for the Polygon(MATIC) network and over 10 tokens.
September 22th updates
We’re excited to share our new 𝐖𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐭 𝐂𝐨𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐜𝐭 feature so everyone can easily access our research tools. We’ve also made login via wallets the default method in our effort to shift towards Web3.
October 13th updates
We’re excited to expand our services to include the AVAX network.
October 14th updates
MistTrack now allows you to report suspicious addresses directly from our platform. All you have to do is click on the flag and submit proof of wrongdoing. Obviously, we will review all submissions to ensure no false information is included. Once submitted, you can also view how many times this address has been reported.
October 20th updates
To make your investigations easier, we’d like to introduce you to our new feature: Address Profile Analysis.
The Address Profile Analysis module can easily generate a profile of the target address based on its transactions. It does this by analyzing all historical interactions and summarizing them in a comprehensible format.
Users can now easily identify platforms the address has interacted with, such as exchange, mixer, DeFi, and NFT trading platforms.
With our extensive address database, users can see which malicious events the address is associated with by simply clicking on the “+”. You can also report malicious addresses to us via the report button.
Using our robust address labeling and analytics tools, you can easily view additional information linked with an address, such as wallets used, ENS identities, and Twitter profiles.
Lastly, the common use time of an address and the source of the gas fee are also clearly displayed. In addition, our platform permits users to analyze analytics based on All Txs or Only Outgoing transactions.
Get started: https://misttrack.io/