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Author Topic: whitestream - Blockchain Rating - "Credit score" for the Bitcoin users  (Read 87 times)
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November 08, 2017, 07:25:07 PM



Hi everyone,
I wanted to share with you our new API (alpha version) for Bitcoin addresses/wallets scoring,
One year ago I launched the first prototype version of the Bitcoin scoring system -
Since then a lot have changed and we had some great feedback from the early users, we are pushing foreword for the real thing.

So what is it?
We are building a "rating" system for the Bitcoin users in order to prevent fraud and allow faster transactions on the Blockchain,
We are analyzing the Blockchain history and trying to find the most known and reliable entities that exist.

How we are calculating our score?
We are checking multiple parameters about the Bitcoin address/cluster, some of them are:
Amounts of money
Amounts of transactions
Connections with other entities   

The most interesting thing here is - how we can reflect credibility and honesty in the Bitcoin world?
Is anonymous entities can still have high score? (yes..)
We are trying to answer on that questions with our service, It's a very interesting research, and we believe that in a couple of years Banks and Financial Institution will use such a rating solutions.

We are looking for early users to have some feedback about our new API, It's free for new users.
We already have couple of companies that using our API, wallet providers and Bitcoin exchanges.
If you have a Bitcoin businesses that deal with big mass of users/transactions please contact us -,

How our rating system can help you?
Better and Faster KYC processes (Know Your Customer).
You can pre-credit your customers.
"Zero time" transactions due to high rating of the entities.

I'll be happy to answer on your questions.

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