Go+ launched NFT Security Detection API Service

  1. Effectively judgment of the NFT authenticity. It makes up for the shortage of security resources in the NFT market for NFT authenticity detection.
  2. Comprehensive NFT information. Go+ provides more than 20 items of NFT information to build a comprehensive NFT identification framework.
  3. Multi-dimensional NFT transaction data. We provide rich and multi-dimensional transaction data of each NFT in the past 24 hours.
  4. Use with Go+ complete security detection service matrix. We provide a complete set of security services, including Token detection, NFT security, malicious address library, and authorization contract (launch soon). The complete security detection service matrix is convenient for users to corroborate and judge from multiple perspectives.

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Go+ Security, Everyone’s Security Tool! Go+ is an open, permissionless, user-driven security service platform for all types of blockchain users.

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