Go+ Security launched Malicious Address API Service
Go+ Security has launched the Malicious Address API service. Malicious Address API collects addresses for the risk scenarios that ordinary investors may encounter during on-chain transactions and protects their on-chain security through early warning or blocking of security risks.
At present, the cumulative number of malicious addresses has exceeded 50,000, and this number is constantly increasing. We are grateful for the co-construction of SlowMist in terms of malicious addresses. SlowMist has participated in our risk data open platform and shared its malicious address library. We welcome and expect more partners' participation in our security data ecosystem.
Go+ Malicious Address API service includes three aspects.
- Whether it is a honeypot-related address;
- whether it is an address recorded in a third-party black address library;
- whether it is a contract address.
The advantages of the Go+ Malicious Address API service lie in three aspects.
- Currently free and open to all partners in the blockchain industry.
- Extensive coverage of different types of networks and risk scenarios.
- Networks: currently supports multiple public chains such as Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Heco, Arbitrum, Avalanche, etc.
- Risk Scenarios: based on the core advantages of Go+’s own Token Security Detection function, malicious address API aims at addresses that include honeypot tokens or addresses that have had a fraud history (on-chain scam, attacks, etc.) before. Covers a full range of tokens and risk types.
3. Update in Time.
With the rapid increase of Honeypot tokens detected by Go+ Token Security, our malicious addresses database will also be updated rapidly.
What benefits can Go+ Malicious Address API brings to crypto users?
Partners like crypto wallets can provide risk alerts in user transaction scenarios through the integration of Malicious Address API so that potential loss can be avoided.
Partners like crypto analysis websites, crypto market portals or aggregators, and blockchain browsers can also use Malicious Address API to show users whether the holders, owners, or creators have a fraud history or not.