Check an Address

Let's say you want to check the address bc1qez4wdyzjmpe6qtze06r5qycl2lsfu50sursv2s, just request the API like this:

curl --request GET \
--url 'https://api.chainsight.com/api/check?keyword=bc1qez4wdyzjmpe6qtze06r5qycl2lsfu50sursv2s' \
--header 'X-API-KEY: <<apiKey>>'

Then you should receive response like this:

{
    "data": [
        {
            "type": "ACCOUNT",
            "chain": {
                "id": "1",
                "name": "Bitcoin",
                "addressFormat": "NONE"
            },
            "address": "bc1qez4wdyzjmpe6qtze06r5qycl2lsfu50sursv2s",
            "url": null,
            "domain": null,
            "ip": null,
            "antiFraud": {
                "credit": 3
            },
            "labels": [
                {
                    "id": "abuse",
                    "categoryId": "Sanction",
                    "category": {
                        "id": "Sanction",
                        "projectId": null,
                        "riskLevel": 5
                    }
                },
                {
                    "id": "ransomware",
                    "categoryId": "Extortion",
                    "category": {
                        "id": "Extortion",
                        "projectId": null,
                        "riskLevel": 5
                    }
                }
            ]
        }
    ]
}

The result in the dataarray indicate that Chainsight has found 1 related entity:

  • The entity typeis ACCOUNT, means that the entity is an external owned account. (See Entity Type)
  • The antiFraud.creditindicate the the anti-fraud grade is 3 (❌Warning). (See Anti-Fraud Grade)
  • For ACCOUNT type entity, these addition fields will be returned: chain, address, labels:
    • chain: The chain information that this account belongs to.
    • address: The address of this account
    • labels: The information that is labeled on this account. Every label has its category and every category has an riskLevelto indicate the severity of the situation. (See Risk Level)

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API Reference

You can learn more about this GET /api/check API and give it a try HERE!

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