Founders: Jan Moller, Michael Gronager, Jonathan Levin
Founded: 2014, Switzerland
Keywords: Blockchain, AML, bitcoin, trust
Who is it for: Financial Institutions, Cryptocurrency exchanges, Governments
Latest funding: Feb 2019 $30M / April 2019 $6M
Total funding: $53.6M
Offices: Copenhagen, NYC, London, Washington D.C.
“Building trust in blockchains”.
Founded in Switzerland in 2014 by a Danish-led team, Chainalysis designs and develops anti-money laundering software for Bitcoin businesses. Its products include REACTOR, an interactive and investigation tool that identifies offenders, visualises data, and shares results with people and organizations, and API, a transaction based risk scoring solution that contains source and destination of funds to measure risk.
Chainalysis also offers activity monitoring reports and diligence tools, which allow analysts to estimate criminal’s revenues and emerging threats. It offers activity monitoring reports, due diligence tools, and cyber threat from deep web for financial institutions, real-time application programming interface (API), web based investigation software for due diligence, and verification of customers for bitcoin business, and web based investigation tools to identify cyber-criminals, identification of bitcoin extortion payments made by victims to criminals, and attribution for cyber threat intelligence industries.