Crypto Monitoring

KYC/AML and crypto compliance, all under one roof

Not just a tech platform, but a legally equipped, customer-focused AML compliance framework in line with FATF and FinCEN requirements.

Cryptocurrency Transaction Monitoring

Safeguard your reputation the easy way

Ensure FATF and FinCen compliance

Utilize a tool that has been created on the basis of Crystal Blockchain, a tool used by the world’s largest banks and crypto exchanges, and one that is recognized by most regulators.

Make your tools easier to use

Give your team an automatic and comprehensive crypto AML toolkit, understandable even when your team aren’t blockchain & legal experts.

Drive down costs with an out-of-the-box solution

Accelerate efficiency with an all-in-one compliance toolkit for both traditional and crypto compliance. Made by legal professionals.

How it works

Automated scoring and monitoring in seconds via API. Addresses are screened, and risk profiles are automatically provided by the system in real-time.


Let the numbers do the talking: get 240% ROI

Сompanies that work with Sumsub identity verification software save costs and increase revenue, according to the “Total Economic Impact™ Of Sumsub’s Verification Platform study by Forrester Consulting. Let’s see what results you can get

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Tech, but with a ready-to-use methodology at the core

With Sumsub, you not only get a tech platform, but a legally certified methodology for crypto compliance and a step-by-step guide – all translated into a digitized workflow functioning as a traffic light.

Tech, but with a ready-to-use methodology at the core

Crypto AML is hard. Let’s tackle it together!

  • Case management

    Trace the flow of funds for an individual user, entity or wallet. Spot patterns and outliers by monitoring current transactions alongside historic transactions and behavioral data.

  • Reporting capabilities

    Work with users while ensuring AML compliance, and keep the records and history of each decision. Reports are structured according to FATF guidelines and are used in AML/CFT reporting worldwide.

  • Real-time and ongoing transactions screening

    Monitor large volumes of activity, identify high-risk transactions, and automatically find connected paths and potential suspects in investigations.

  • Multi-currency support

    Conduct investigations across Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), and ERC20 & ERC721 tokens.

Easily integrate your tech stack with Sumsub

Use Sumsub to integrate the services you need via Web SDK, Mobile SDK, or our RESTful API.
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  • How does crypto transaction monitoring work?

    The crypto transaction monitoring process begins when a customer creates a financial operation, and Sumsub requests information on cryptocurrencies, billing addresses, transactions, and the ERC-20 token (a standard used for creating and issuing smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain). The transaction details may vary depending on whether a withdrawal or deposit is performed. The customer then fills in the required fields, and Sumsub verifies the submitted data. For deposits, we check criminal risk factors; for withdrawals, we review the connections of the destination address and assign a corresponding.

  • Is it possible to track cryptocurrency transactions?

    Yes. Almost all blockchain transactions are recorded on a public and distributed ledger. This means that all transactions are open to the public and any government agency that wishes to monitor them. All cryptocurrency transactions are stored on a permanent public ledger and can be monitored by linking the individual trader to the wallet and transaction. The best way to monitor cryptocurrency transactions is always through a secure and automated system, rather than doing it manually.

  • What is the AML check for crypto?

    Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checks within the cryptocurrency industry refer to the rules, policies, and laws that help to prevent criminals from turning cryptocurrency into fiat via illicit behaviors. Know Your Customer (KYC) processes are fundamental to the due diligence necessary to comply with AML rules. All cryptocurrency exchanges must collect relevant customer information, such as names and addresses, and verify identity via the correct documentation.

  • What software is used to track crypto transactions?

    Cryptocurrency monitoring platforms are software programs that track and detect high-risk and suspicious transactions. When picking the right software, the best choice would be a blockchain transaction monitoring platform with a legally equipped, customer-focused AML compliance framework in line with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) requirements.