Ethereum Wallet Analysis
This project aims to build an index of all wallet addresses along with the computed enrichment data (which is not directly available on blockchain). As a few examples, these data fields will be creation_date (first tx), funder wallet address, exchange_connected_to, top_neighbour, is_dex_trader, is_ido_participant, balance etc.
This has several applications for dApps and investors both using such fast responding API. dApps can dive-down deep into wallets for insights and eligibility checks and minimize fraud. Any small investor can see if any whales are buying a specific NFT.
Some tools that currently do this are quite closed and do not allow external access easily. In future, this project can even open up to the community for new data fields without developers worrying about the infrastructure required to store millions of wallets.
Final product is service / data NFT which can be used by any dApp / consumer to detect fraud, build an investment edge and carry out automated due-diligence checks.
web3: built a smart contract traffic analyzer using Moralis nodes, for 7 blockchains, In web2 space, TestCollab.com is an enterprise application for QA management,
20+ years of programming experience, AI/ML, Blockchains, Solidity - basic security
Co-founder at Test Collab
No one at the moment
Building a wallet meta data index so dApps can see beyond just wallet addresses
This project will enable dApp teams, end-users and any other interested party to look beyond just hex wallet address. Depending on context and use-case, we can help teams/individuals:
- Determining good ICO (or IDOs) participants for prioritization (avoid people who dump, prioritize people who hold)
- Analyze credibility of NFT collection based on contract creator and people trading that collection
- Analyzing big holders / smart money behavior (similar to what Nansen does)
- Avoid scams and fraudulent websites by analyzing connected addresses. (A simple one-level deep connection can help avoid users falling for scams)
Our first step is to build an index which is published and usable to whole ecosystem in an open form.
Query-enabled open API which takes wallet address as input, and returns matching labels.
Initial deliverable labels would be creation_date (first tx), funder wallet address
I plan to expand these labels later to: source_exchange, top_neighbour, is_dex_trader, is_ido_participant, balance, timezone etc. But since this grant is capped to 3k, I’ll be able to deliver only two labels as stated above.
Since this project has many use-cases, we're opening room for multiple ICPs to approach Ocean Protocol and do a trial run. With open data approach and low friction, dApps teams or individual investors/developers have no potential downside and all upside, if they chose to integrate their current set of tools with us.